Apple fixes six-months-old critical Java bug

By Jos
Jun 16, 2009
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  1. Apple has shipped updates to plug more than two dozen security holes in its version of Java, including a dangerous flaw that was patched on other platforms more than six months ago. The computer vendor has been frequently criticized for its sluggish response in incorporating third-party fixes to its own operating system, with developers releasing proof-of-concept code last month to force Apple into finally shipping the patch.

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