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[Security] Oracle updates Java, supports OS X, claims full and t

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Oracle updates Java, supports OS X, claims full and timely updates for Apple users

by Paul Ducklin on August 15, 2012
Apple and Java have had an on-again, off-again relationship for a while now.

Back in the mists of time - actually, just under three years ago, when OS X 10.6 appeared - Macs came with Java as part of the OS X distribution.

And not just the JRE - the Runtime Environment you need to run other people's Java programs on your computer - but the three-times-the-size, all-singing, all-dancing JDK. That's the Development Kit - the JRE plus the stuff you need to build your own Java software.

Whenever Sun (now Oracle) announced an update to Java - whether for features, security patches or both - most users could head over to the download motherlode on the Sun-now-Oracle site and grab the latest and greatest JRE or JDK.

But not Mac users....
»nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2012/08···security


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Re: [Security] Oracle updates Java, supports OS X, claims full a

»www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/···588.html

It still isn't listed on the regular Java DL page. It is available in the developer's section.