Posts Tagged ‘java’

 

Moms, Dads, and Friends: Take 7 Steps to Secure Your Students’ Computers

School is starting again and many students need computers. Take these important steps to help make them more secure: Continue reading ‘Moms, Dads, and Friends: Take 7 Steps to Secure Your Students’ Computers’


Is Java Going Away?

Java is known for its history of causing cyber-security vulnerabilities that permit attackers to perform attacks. Browser makers, such as Google, are doing something about that. Continue reading ‘Is Java Going Away?’


FYI: Were you online between 12/31/13 and 1/3/14? Your PC may be infected.

If you used your computer, especially if you visited Yahoo (including webmail users who logged in to the mail website to check their email) between December 31 and January 3, there is a chance your computer is infected. The “drive by download” infected an estimated 27,000 users per hour. The exploit attacked a vulnerability in Java. Most users have Java enabled on their computers. Continue reading ‘FYI: Were you online between 12/31/13 and 1/3/14? Your PC may be infected.’