also you aren't making any sense here
'waa waa x is objectively better than y'
a few post later...
'you can't say x is better than y!'
I'm confused right now. I apparently have version 6/1.6 or whatever on Chrome but I have 1.7 installed.
I still use Internet Explorer.
nobody cares what browser you use
this topic isn't about browsers, it's about java having an exploit
the guy who said "grow up and use chrome" was a moron but you're even more of one for carrying on with the issue
they're fucking web browsers guys jesus christ
Java drive-bys are nothing new, this is why you only run Java apps on pages you trust. I thought everyone knew this?
This is a whole lot of hype about a single exploit of hundreds that exist on multiple versions of Java.
not really a huge deal though, getting around is much faster for me in Chrome
Haven't updated since version 1.6, phew.
Thanks for telling. Java is disabled now for me. Hope this get fixed soon.
Huh, I didn't have to disable Java, Firefox did it by itself.
Still 1.6, hurray for being a lazy pillock.
According Mozilla/Firefox Help, my Java was automatically disabled because it was out of date.
Just shut all of your faggot faces up seriously you all look like fucking retards no one cares what browser you use get the fuck over it.
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Whoops, I uninstalled Java before scrolling down more.
I'm not trying to be mean but to everyone who's going "I haven't updated I'm safe" should just be aware of this.
And who says it's only a tip for the attackers? It could also alert Linux and Mac users (such as yourself!) that you might be at risk and should also disable your Java until a patch is put out.
Well, Chrome asks me for permission before Java does anything, so that's nice.
This is why I only have Java installed when I immediately need it. Having old versions of Java is horrible security-wise, though you might be immune to this, you're still open to a shit ton of exploits which were patched, being why there are new versions. It might be inconvenient to install Java every time I want to use it, but I hardly ever do, so it's totally worth the 2 minutes of installing/uninstalling.
i don't even think I have Java installed on this computer yet
wait no, I have NetBeans installed that means I have to have Java installed.