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Apple has yet to patch "critical" Java vulnerability

Written by Daniel
Wednesday, 20 May 2009

A vulnerability in the Java virtual machine, which can allow arbitrary code execution, was publicly disclosed and fixed by Sun last December. However, security experts warn that the JVM in Mac OS X still remains un-patched against the vulnerability.
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