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The security flaw that's freaked out the internet

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By FRANK BAJAK

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Java has finally lived up to its promise of WORA (Write Once Run Anywhere).

For hackers, at least.

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I don’t get this problem with a fountain pen and paper!

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I wonder if this will be used to leverage state control of software development. Or even to block all legacy tech so that only new kit, whitelisted by governments, can be used? The Empire Strikes Back.

A better vulnerability alert system is needed for core issues like this, that patches major issues on key software before publicising anything.

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Where's the part about Minecraft??

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I've just checked and my internet is not freaked out, at least not yet.

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I don’t get this problem with a fountain pen and paper!

But the pen doesn't allow you to leave comments on Japan Today.

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Where's the part about Minecraft??

:Me was thinking samting.

:Simple, be a Cat and stay away from Cree pers because they explode.

:or, download bedrock as it's C++ based, same-same-but-different.

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Apache Software Foundation said the Chinese tech giant Alibaba notified it of the flaw

Expect Chinese government to punish Alibaba soon

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