We have successfully confirmed that a complete Java security sandbox bypass can be still gained under the recent version of Java 7 Update 11," Gowdiak wrote. "MBeanInstantiator bug (or rather a lack of a fix for it) turned out to be quite inspirational for us. However, instead of relying on this particular bug, we have decided to dig our own issues. As a result, two new security vulnerabilities (51 and 52) were spotted in a recent version of Java SE 7 code and they were reported to Oracle today (along with a working Proof of Concept code).
I did installed java (both 32 and 64 bit) out of my PC after I read this post. Thanks for put the post (news about Java) So wait bit longer until more stabled java come out or find other software (like to Java)
I try to Edit it I means Uninstalled (not Installed)
Yes, I'm sure they'll react quickly with another patch but better safe than sorry.
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I have it disabled on all my boxes. Oracle is turning into the slop-meisters of coding. It's as bad as IE was.
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What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
I have not uninstalled java, but i disabled it on IE, Firefox, and Chrome.
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