Oracle rushes out emergency patch to fix Java security flaw

Dan Worth
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A serious security flaw found in Java? Say it ain't so!
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A serious security flaw found in Java? Say it ain't so!

Java has a security flaw requiring an emergency patch. That's unusual, isn't it?

Oracle has rushed out an out-of-band patch to fix serious security flaws in its Java client running on Windows devices. The patch was released late on Friday, with the issue explained in its Security...

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