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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Serious Vulnerablity detected in Java framework!!




Dear visitor to my blog: 
You need to go to to a website I will give you the address to below and check if you have the latest version of Java installed on your computer. A serious vulnerability has been detected within the Java framework that can make you extremely vulnerable to attacks from Hackers!!! Sun Microsystems officially licensed the Java Standard Edition platform for Linux, Mac OS X, and Solaris but not to Microsoft. In relation to Microsoft and the Windows operating system, the license expired without renewal.Because Windows does not ship with a Java software platform, a network of third-party vendors and licensees develop them for Windows and other operating system/hardware platforms. However, note that if you have a Windows Operating system, Java might have been installed on your computer as part of the initial install of software on your computer at the factory. Or like myself, you may have installed Java onto your computer yourself. 

All of you please visit the following website http://www.java.com/en/ and then click on the box: Do I have Java? This will tell you if you have the latest version of Java installed on your computer. If you do then you are safe, if you do not have the latest version then you need to install it to avoid being targeted by evil people who use the internet to wreck out fun and our computers! The website will give you directions as to how to install the latest verson of Java!!! Please take this information very seriously, and do what I suggest. And please pass this message on to your friends and family so they are not affected by these evil hackers in the future! If you do not know how to install java or the java updates then I suggest you talk to someone you know who knows about computers, and have them help you install this patch for Java as soon as possible! Even if this costs you money it is cheaper to pay someone now then to have your computer destroyed by evil hackers!

2 comments:

jenny said...

I must say that overall I am really impressed with this blog.It is easy to see that you are passionate about your writing.
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Wayne said...

Jenny thank you for your kind words they mean a great deal to me! :) Yes I certainly do approach my blog and my writing on it in the manner you suggest.I am a rationlist at heart (I believe there is a reason or there are reasons for everything and in understanding why people act in certain ways I hope that I can help change the behavior of some people especially relating to how they interact with the life on this planet and the planet itself.Best wishes to you with your websites. I am sure people can learn a great deal about businesses,which hopefully will allow them to be successful and make you feel good when they come back and thank you for exposing them to the content you do on your websites! Seasons greetings to you Jenny!

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