Posts Tagged ‘oracle java’

Oracle LogoDue to the high level of risk and discussion in the IT industry, Oracle released a few hours ago, a fix for the Java 7, which was previously found a serious vulnerability, allowing a malicious files on your computer.

Recall that the company intends to release quarterly patch set tomorrow, where will eliminate 86 vulnerabilities, but considered Java-vulnerability was particularly well publicized and on its basis have appeared of malware that has forced Oracle to release a fix as soon.

The specified vulnerability of CVE-2013-0422 since Friday is included into couple of the most popular systems of testing of vulnerabilities, and on the Internet already there were the sites uses this vulnerability.

The blog at the same time with the release of Oracle Java 7 Update 11 there was a record of Eric Morris, who said that Oracle calls as soon as possible to install an updated version of the system. He also noted that in the network there are at least a couple of different Java-applets that use of compromised Web sites. (more…)

Java DangerVulnerability: Multiple vulnerabilities in Oracle Java

Danger: High
Patch: Yes
Number of vulnerabilities: 29

Impact:
Denial of service;
– Disclosure of sensitive data;
– Unauthorized manipulation of data;
– System compromise.

Affected Products: Oracle JavaFX 2.x (more…)

Virus AlertTrojan.Maljava!gen23 is a heuristic detection for files attempting to exploit the Oracle Java SE CVE-2012-1723 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability.

Technical details

Systems Affected:

Windows NT, Windows XP,Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008,Windows Vista, Windows 7, Solaris, Mac OS X, Linux, Windows 2000

CVE References: CVE-2012-1723

Technical details

Files that are detected as Trojan.Maljava!gen23 are considered malicious. We suggest that any files you believe are incorrectly detected be submitted to Symantec Security Response. For instructions on how to do this using Scan and Deliver, read Submit Virus Samples. (more…)