Another week, another zero-day threatening millions of Java users.
Oracle has had two major updates in the last 2 days.
Oracle has released Java 7 Update 11, the computing platform's newest version that patches the recently discovered and currently widely misused zero-day vulnerability, an exploit for which has been added to a number of popular exploit kits.
The Java zero-day that has recently been spotted being exploited in the wild has turned into big, big news as a number of popular exploit kits have been fitted with the exploit for it and there's still no news from Oracle on when we could expect a fix.
Polish firm Security Explorations and its CEO Adam Gowdiak continue to be the a thorn in Oracle's side by repeatedly questioning the giant's decision not to issue an out-of-band patch for a critical Java flaw in Java SE (Standard Edition) 5, 6 and 7.
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