Microsoft would like to remind users about cyber criminals who attempt to take advantage of users who are aware of Java security alerts by creating fake virus alerts that force you to download malicious software, including malicious anti-virus software.
Protesting what it perceives as Oracle's undue control of Java, the Apache Software Foundation has r
Apache has hit Oracle with an ultimatum: grant its independent implementation of Java a license or i
Microsoft is banking on its relationship with developers to help the company win in the cloud space,
Steve Jobs has apparently weighed into the debate over Apple's decision to deprecate Java on the Mac, and his terse explanation was promptly deprecated by Java founder James Gosling.
According to MacRumors.com, a concerned Java developer emailed the Apple cult leader on Thursday to ask about Apple's plans for the platform, and as he's been known to do from time to time, Jobs responded...
Oracle should piggyback on Microsoft's update service to boost users' chances of running a patched v
Microsoft warned today that it is witnessing a huge spike in the exploitation of Java vulnerabilities on the Windows platform, and that attacks on Java security holes now far outpace the exploitation of Adobe PDF bugs. The Microsoft announcement cites research by blogger Brian Krebs, who has been warning for several months that Java vulnerabilities are showing up as the top moneymakers for those peddling commercial crimeware exploitation kits, such as Eleonore, Crimepack and SEO Sploit Pack.