Oracle has announced that it will put an end to the Java plugin for web browsers, one of the most controversial software in the history of Internet and computer security. According to the company, this move would launch the next version of JDK, scheduled for next year.
Java plugin for browsers has had a rather dark path in recent years, being more famous for its vulnerabilities than anything else. In fact on more than one occasion it has recommended disabling to avoid risks by different 0-Day vulnerabilities that have been in the news. Read the full story »