New Java Security Undone By Stolen Certificate

By Robert Vamosi | 3/6/13 10:24 PM

Security protection added by Oracle to the latest Java release has been undone by a revoked certificate, according to researchers.

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Oracle Cleans Up Latest Java Zero Day Mess

By Robert Vamosi | 1/14/13 10:27 PM

Over the weekend, a major flaw in Oracle's Java-browser product caused the Department of Homeland Security to warn users from continued use of the product. On Monday, Oracle issued a patch.

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Attacks on Java Vulnerabilities Reach All-Time High

By JDavis | 10/21/10 9:55 AM

According to a malware authority at Microsoft, attacks on Java have risen over the third quarter of 2010 to "unprecedented" levels. What's more, she believes the majority of the attacks contributing to this increase are on Java vulnerabilities for which patches are readily available.

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Mobile App Development

By JDavis | 7/12/10 8:12 AM

As mobile computing continues to grow with the frequent introduction of new devices worldwide, the mobile application development market becomes an increasingly significant portion of the software industry. However, with the multitude of mobile platforms and delivery options, the field is as fragmented and varied as it is vast.

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