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Warning From Computer Experts: More Than A Billion Computers Worldwide At Risk

Before It’s News – by Live Free or Die

Computer security experts are warning of a worldwide Java security vulnerability that has put more than a billion computers at risk. Is this another computer virus developed by the US or Israeli government programs such as Stuxnet or Flame? The story below can be read in its’ entirety here.

Experts advise users and companies worldwide to disable Oracle’s Java due to severe security flaw

Security experts, researchers and analysts have discovered a vulnerability in the widely used Java software that has the potential to allow hackers to access to your computer.

Oracle’s Java platform is used and installed on more than one billion user computers worldwide. Three billion mobile phones are running the software too.

Yesterday (Thursday), the US-CERT’s Vulnerability Notes Database, a service that provides timely information about software vulnerabilities, issued a warning that said “Java 7 Update 10 and earlier contain an unspecified vulnerability that can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system.”

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4 Responses to Warning From Computer Experts: More Than A Billion Computers Worldwide At Risk

  1. oldranger68 says:

    Who at Oracle pissed off the government? Better watch out for any problems with their cars.

  2. pete says:

    disable java in your browser.
    i have had it disabled for years – you dont need it.

    and dump windows – install Linux.
    then you will never give a damn about stux/flame etc or any other israeli crap.

  3. Jolly Roger says:

    These “computer vulnerability” issues will be a regular appearance in the headlines because they may eventually be used as a scapegoat for the financial collapse.

  4. Fred says:

    The very fact that they won’t tell you what the vulnerability is raises a really big
    red flag. Java is open source??? I have two tight firewalls and run a sniffer in the background. I review all traffic in and out of my network. I wonder if this is
    a set up for some sort of false flag blamed, of course on Iran.. Doesn’t pass
    the sniff test for me..

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