New bug makes moot Java’s latest anti-exploit defenses, claims researcher – Computerworld


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New bug makes moot Java's latest anti-exploit defenses, claims researcher
Computerworld
Most often, Java exploits are used to conduct "drive-by" attacks, or ones that install malware on PCs and Macs after their owners simply browse to compromised or malicious websites. Gowdiak published his claim just days after Oracle released a
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