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+ - Security Pros Advise Users To Ditch Java->

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snydeq writes "The 'write once, run anywhere' software platform has become a favorite of cyber attackers. Is it time for users to kill their Java? Security firms think so. None too gentle with Oracle's Java following the revelation this week that attackers are using two Java vulnerabilities to compromise selected targets, security pros are advising users to uninstall the Java plug-in in your browser and don't use services that require the software."
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