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    OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601 x64-based PC AMD Athlon(tm) II X3 445 Processor, 3100 Mhz, 3 Core(s),BIOS Version/Date AMI 11/12/2010 SMBIOS Ver 2.6 RAM 8 GIG
  1. Thanks for the input folks, that certainly confirms my suspicion.... Just a bit peeved that Oracle isn't saying anything about this, it is their user base at risk and stuff like this just pushes more people away from Java in the browser to HTML 5 Oh, and when I looked at that page at mitechmate.com, the solution that they give is not entirely correct...it looks like a machine generated list of possible files and registry entries but some of the paths given only exist in WinXP and many of the file names are placeholders I would be very wary of deleting some of the items that are on that list (assuming you can find them on your computer)
  2. Hi, over the past few days I am getting a popup window that interrupts my browsing to inform me that my Java installation is out of date, and that I should click on the link provided to obtain a newer version the links direct to NEWESTJAVA-DOWNLOAD.COM, which as far as I can tell is NOT associated with Oracle or any other legit Java project My concern is that it could lure people to a site that then convinces them to share login info or introduces a drive-by Trojan I have notified Java right away but got no response, so wondered if anyone else is seeing this issue?
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