Oracle has reached a settlement with the FTC over charges that it had been deceptively promoting security updates for its Java SE platform.
The trail of Java vulnerabilities and patches rolls on. Reminder: PC Matic automates the process of identifying outdated applications (like Java) and downloading the latest updates.
Ed Bott points out that the recent “must install” Java update was bundled with crapware and examines why foistware still exists.
The latest Java doesn’t eliminate the chances of catching a Java exploit.
The Department of Homeland Security recently recommended that everyone disable Java. We at PC Pitstop will go one step further and recommend that everyone uninstall Java immediately. Here is why Java is such a threat to your computer, security, data and your identity.
We are recommending that everyone, whether you use a Mac or Windows PC, follow the steps below to protect yourself immediately.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has warned users to disable or uninstall Java software on their computers…
Adobe Flash and Java are two downloads most of us have installed on our Windows computers, as they give us a richer internet and browsing experience. We have already seen how to manage Adobe Flash Settings.
Today we will learn about Java Settings in Windows 7.
Recent vulnerabilities and exploits relating to Java have people scrambling to turn it off. Unfortunately, because of another unfortunate choice of names, many are turning off the wrong thing.
I’m not suggesting you stop drinking coffee – I would never deprive anyone of that life giving nectar! Heck, It’s a known fact that 95% of the tech world runs on Coffee (the other 5% substitutes alternate caffeinated beverages).