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 upgradeâ€™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..