Javas steward reveal extra practices to rid the platform of vulnerabilities including extra security fixes, enterprise controls and server side reductions
Finally Oracle have bowed to growing pressure and come up with a quick-fix to the security problems besieging Java.
A new, Java-related malware threat makes its way around Twitter, prompting some bloggers to question whether we really need Java in the browser anymore.
Apache CouchDB version 0.10.2 is now available. Apache CouchDB is a document-oriented database that can be queried and indexed using […]
Oracle have released patches for two vulnerabilities (CVE-2010-0886 and CVE-2010-0887) that affect Oracle Java SE and Oracle Java For Business, […]
Fireshark is now available to download. The open source Fireshark is a Firefox plugin combined with a set of processing […]
After Tavis Ormandy published a proof of concept on how to exploit a vulnerability in the Java Deployment Toolkit, Roger […]