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Tech Insight: 5 Approaches To Decaffeinating Java Exploits
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CHV4L
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1/29/2013 | 6:51:30 PM
re: Tech Insight: 5 Approaches To Decaffeinating Java Exploits
so, ive blocked them and i feel better.

Am I correct in the fact that all java exploits will come via downlaoded jar or class files?
CHV4L
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CHV4L,
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1/24/2013 | 10:03:39 PM
re: Tech Insight: 5 Approaches To Decaffeinating Java Exploits
ive been monitoring all the jar and class files flowing from the internet into our network. There are not many at all. Next week I will block all jar file and class files from the internet.
Andrew Binstock
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1/23/2013 | 3:51:19 AM
re: Tech Insight: 5 Approaches To Decaffeinating Java Exploits
For most organizations, #4 is the option that makes the most sense.
kjhiggins
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1/23/2013 | 12:33:37 AM
re: Tech Insight: 5 Approaches To Decaffeinating Java Exploits
Wonder how many orgs are stuck with Java due to having apps that require it for financial,
reporting, and other biz solutions...

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