Oracle Corp. has issued an update for its Java SE software that plugs at least 50 security holes in the software, including one the company said was actively being exploited in the wild.
Apple has issued an update for Mac OS X installations of Java that fixes at least one critical security vulnerability in the software.
There must have been some rare planetary alignment yesterday, because the oddest thing happened: Apple and Oracle both shipped software updates for the same Java security flaws on the very same day.
Apple recently released a massive update to address at least 130 security vulnerabilities in Mac OS X systems, including a monster patch that fixes 55 flaws in Adobe Flash Player. The seventh major update to OS X this year includes… Read More »
Apple released a software update on Monday that includes fixes for a massive number of security vulnerabilities in Mac OS X and associated software. The update corrects more than 90 security flaws and weaknesses in a variety of Apple and… Read More »