A billion people at risk

And it is Java at the center… again.

Hot on the heels of the last Java exploit patch another security hole in Java is uncovered and this one goes further covering versions 5, 6 and 7 of Java. At this time, Oracle is yet to patch the security hole.

Best advice is to uninstall Java all together or disable the Java plugin in your browser(s) until a patch is released. Only then if you need to use Java should you reinstall it.

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The exploit allows a malicious Java applet run from a website to run any code unrestricted on a vunerable computer to install software, view, change or delete data with the same rights as the user currently logged in.

For the Computerworld story and interview, go here.