Just a quick heads-up, especially for anyone using Java in their web browser.
There's a "widely exploited" vulnerability in Java that could allow bypassing normal security when a Java applet is run silently upon visiting a web site. (ie It's a bad one). Users are being widely advised to disable Java in their browsers until this is fixed.
The good news is that Oracle just released update 11 for Java 7 that they say fixes this problem.
You should consider installing update 11 as quickly as possible.

I dont consider enabling java in browser as a good idea. Maybe they fixed this time, but who knows the same thing may repeat in future.

Applets are outdated according to me. Why install java plugin IN YOUR BROWSER?.

PS: #personalOpinion

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