Opinion: Java's security problems are insurmountable

01/24/2014 | InfoWorld

Oracle's Java JRE is facing insurmountable security problems because so few enterprises install the security patches when they come out, and that means it's time for companies to ditch Java in their systems, writes Roger Grimes. Java has been the most successful target for Web hackers since at least 2010, but security patches often break software or cause other operational problems, he notes. "Eradicating or securing Java in your enterprise is the single best thing you can do to minimize computer security risk," Grimes writes.

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