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MAVSFAN82 Another Java Issue
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Last edited on 21st Apr, 2013 06:26

I run the scanner and says:

"Application: SecuniaSoftwareInspector

Java has discovered application components that could indicate a security concern. Contact the application vendor to ensure it has not been tampered with."

and then it gives me a choice if I want to block or unblock. If I press block, then it brings this message:

"There might be problems loading the Java Applet in your browser."

So I did what I was told to do the last time (deleting Java from control panel and then re-installing it) and when I re-install it and I try to run the scan, it gets the first message.

How do I go about fixing it to where I don't receive that first message when I am downloading a new version if I have to delete it and then re-install Java again?

Maurice Joyce RE: Another Java Issue
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Oracle have changed the way that JAVA behaves. Details are on their site - an extract that covers your point is here:

http://www.java.com/en/download/faq/signed_code.xm...

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ddmarshall RE: Another Java Issue
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Secunia are looking into this.
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/140...

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