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Submission + - Java 6 exploit found, more than 50% of users vulnerable

rjmarvin writes: An un-patched zero-day vulnerability has been discovered http://sdt.bz/64045 by security researchers at F-Secure, with no patch available since Java 6 became unsupported in April. The exploit has been patched in Java 7, but according to Qualys, a cloud security company, over 50% of Java users still haven't upgraded, leaving them vulnerable to cyber attacks...
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Java 6 exploit found, more than 50% of users vulnerable

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Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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