Java is hackers' most common target

Stuart Sumner
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Microsoft's latest security intelligence report states that Oracle's environment accounts for between a third and a half of all exploited vulnerabilities

The most common exploits in the first half of 2011 were those targeting Oracle's Java platform, according to Microsoft's latest security report. Java, a programming language with applications co...

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