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New Zero Day Exploit found in Java 7

A new Zero-Day attack Trojan Horse has been found in Oracle's Java 7 runtime (version 7u10).

The malware has been attacking Windows, Linux and Unix systems. OS X systems so far are not affected, but being similar to Unix it could be an issue. Apple has also taken steps to block the malware via an update to its XProtect system.

For more information on this exploit and how to further protect your systems please visit:

Posted: 1/14/2013 4:55:09 PM by Proxy Consulting | with 1 comments
Filed under: Java, Java Runtime, Linux, Malware, Oracle, OS X, Security, Security Exploits, Unix, Windows, Zero-Day Vulnerability
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