|15 Apr 2010||#11|
Hopefully that offers a fix to the problem seen with previous versions. Another source had this title on on article. "Sun Java flaw exposes Windows users to dangerous Web attacks" Sun Java flaw exposes Windows users to dangerous Web attacks | Zero Day | ZDNet.com
Just to add a note here for those running the 64bit IE you have to manually download the latest 64bit version of Java on the page seen at Java Downloads for All Operating Systems - Sun Microsystems
That will be the second link under Windows seen there.
Windows 64-bit operating system comes with both 32-bit and 64-bit Internet Explorer (IE) browsers. 32-bit IE comes as a default. There are different versions of Java software available for download depending on whether you are using 32-bit or 64-bit IE browsers.
Please note that the 64-bit Java is presented as a download option automatically for 64-bit Internet Explorer users, as it is the only officially available 64-bit browser for Windows.
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|15 Apr 2010||#12|
I think the rumor mill is spreading faster then any actual exploitation of any flaws with Java! Java zero-day flaw under active attack | Zero Day | ZDNet.com
As far as the main variety page for the different Java releases I generally keep that in the IE Favorites. Both 32bit and 64bit IEs just saw the #19 a week ago and now for the #20.
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