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Didn’t you uninstall Java already?

If you didn’t uninstall it, then think again about this. Here is how to uninstall or deactivate Java from your system. Oracle has announced that they fixed with the update on February 1st only a part of the problems originally … Continue reading

Yet a new Java zero-day exploit?

We don’t know yet if this is a bad joke intended to discredit Oracle and Java, but the media is buzzing about a possible new undetected exploit in Java. This was started by a post of the security researcher Brian … Continue reading

Oracle has fixed the Java zero-day exploit

After the huge media impact that followed up the full disclosure of the vulnerability in Java 7 Update 10, many national and international organizations have started to recommend to their readers to uninstall Java (Germany’s BSI, US-Cert). Oracle couldn’t just … Continue reading

Plenty of Updates on Patch Tuesday

This Black Tuesday was different as anticipated – Microsoft releases only one security bulletin, but other companies “jumped in” and deliver updates now as well. For the windows operating systems, only one Security Bulletin was released. MS10-001 deals with a … Continue reading