Oracle issues Java updates to fix security risks

01/13/2013 | Reuters · CIO.com · VentureBeat

Oracle has released two security patches for Java 7 that aim to fix a vulnerability that U.S. officials said put 100 million PCs and data at risk. More patches are planned for release Tuesday. "Oracle recommends that this security alert be applied as soon as possible because these issues may be exploited 'in the wild' and some exploits are available in various hacking tools," Oracle's Eric Maurice wrote in a blog post.

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