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FileCatalyst announces axle’s Gear appliance integrating with FileCatalyst acceleration, available starting at $9,495. Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Software Company in Perth Anahata Technologies makes statement supporing Oracle on prioritizing java security over new features. Perth,
Almost as if on schedule, it’s been discovered yet another Java zero-day exploit is being used to attack computers.
Software company Anahata Technologies declares Oracle as their most valued partner for developing enterprise software applications. Perth,
In response to ongoing security issues surrounding their Java software, Oracle released a new update for the product on Friday – more than two weeks ahead of schedule.
It’s been over a week since a Java exploit has been in the news, so perhaps Oracle’s latest fix has finally calmed the choppy seas. Yesterday morning, Apple updated their barrier against any potentially harmful version of Java.
The pre-configured Pak makes it easy for IT admins to lockdown, configure or disable Java. (PRWEB) January 23, 2013 PolicyPak Software is making it easier
Security researchers have said that hackers are exploiting a vulnerability in Java to infect computers with malicious software.
In what’s becoming a bit of a broken record of a story, researchers have found yet another flaw in Java which allows hackers to completely bypass security measures built in to the software.
A vulnerability in Java is once again being blamed for a possible exploit of Mac and Windows computers alike, causing some security experts to recommend uninstalling Java as they exclaim, "Please, for the love of your computer, disable Java on your browser."