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5 Significant Java Security Improvements That Foil Attacks

Oracle is improving the security capabilities in its highly targeted Java platform to make it more costly for cybercriminals to carry out successful attacks. Here are the five most significant changes to the platform.

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2. Oracle Phasing Out Unsigned, Self-Signed Applets

Oracle said it is discouraging the use of unsigned or self-signed Java applets. Oracle said future versions will no longer allow the execution of self-signed or unsigned code. That means users will be prompted to manually run an unsigned applet. Rapid7's Moore said the change also centralizes management of Java security policies and allows developers to whitelist specific websites.

 
 
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