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Old 03-06-2013, 01:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Five, Count ‘Em, Five New Security Holes In Java

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Those who thought it was safe to re-up Java on their browsers will need to go back and turn it off again. If you listen to us, after you do you’ll never turn it back on. Browser side Java has been made pretty much obsolete by newer technologies, which means you don’t need it, especially since its proving to be about as easy to keep secure as ActiveX, sandbox or no. Here at FOSS Force, we haven’t had it enabled on our browsers for years, with no noticeable problems when we surf the web.



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