If you like updates to Java and printer drivers, you're in luck!
Adobe has warned users of its ColdFusion application server platform of a critical vulnerability that could give unauthorized users access to sensitive files stored on their servers.
Apple Tuesday patched Java for the aged OS X Snow Leopard and tweaked Safari to give users more control over what websites they let run the vulnerability plagued Oracle software.
The company also released updates for Java and Safari, as well as many printer driver updates.
Most browser installations use outdated versions of the Java plug-in that are vulnerable to at least one of several exploits currently used in popular Web attack toolkits, according to statistics published by security vendor Websense.
This latest vulnerability report follows a week after the same company reported two other holes in Oracle's plug-in
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