By Art Gallagher
Oracle released a fix to the Java vulnerability we reported last night. The company said another update is due out “soon.” You can access the fix here.
Or, you can do what multiple computer security experts are suggesting and disable or uninstall Java unless you know you need it.
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Posted: January 14th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Art Gallagher, Computer Security, Department of Homland Security | Tags: arstechnia, Art Gallagher, Computerworld, Forbes, Java, Java 7, Java exploit, Java vulnerability, KrebsOnSecurity, Mashable, MoreMonmouthMusings, NakedSecurity, Oracle | 3 Comments »