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Submission + - Security Experts Warn Against Enabling Java Despite Oracle's Emergency Fix (ibtimes.co.uk)

DavidGilbert99 writes: "Despite Oracle quickly issuing a patch for the latest Java vulnerability, security experts agree that the software is still a security risk and urge users only to enable it were absolutely necessary.

One expert said it would take two years for Oracle to fix all the problems with the software, while another said he wouldn't dare to tell users that it's safe to enable Java again.

Finally, another security expert summed up the feeling among researchers by calling the platform, the Perpetual Vulnerability Machine."

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Security Experts Warn Against Enabling Java Despite Oracle's Emergency Fix

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