• US Department of Homeland Security advises disabling Java following fresh zero-day vulnerability


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    A new Trojan horse has been discovered that exploits a flaw found in Java, leaving computers running Windows, Mac OS, and Linux vulnerable to attack. Mal/JavaJar-B allows attackers to remotely trigger code once it infects a system, potentially leading to the installation of malware, or even ransomware. Oracle hasn't yet patched the vulnerability, which targets even the latest version of Java.

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