Apple removes Java applet plugin from Mac OS X browsers

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Apple removes Java applet plugin from Mac OS X browsers

  • 2012-10-21 06:47:31
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News / computers Laptops  Apple  removes Java applet plugin from Mac OS X browsers
Apple has recently announced that its going to remove its default Java plugin from all web browsers on Mac OS X including safari and others , in a move to maintain security from various potential vulnerabilities of its older versions. The move by Apple is days after when recently Oracle announced a patch for Java, after try to fix security issues.The update, which was called Java for OS X 2012-006 1.0, uninstalls the Java applet plug-in from web browsers. Users still be able to run Java applets via the browser however, if they download the plugin directly from Oracle.

The update also upgrade’s the o.s default Java version to the latest version ie- Java SE 6 1.6.0_37.and certainley try to protect the users, while also try to maintain the " hassle security, that its computers are famous for. Nowadays Cyber criminals have started to focus the Mac OS . however, whether click-based attacks, or by third-party plugins. Users are also recommended to invest in an anti-virus suite for their Mac systems, despite previous deserved complacence..
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