Why I will never use Java ever ever again thanks to this BBC Newsstory:
Programming Language vulnerable to malware attacks thanks to a hacker
This made me about Oracle in how they botched a once upon time a very good
language. What have they done over there? Sun made
I saw this story on the BBC News iPad App and thought you should see it:
Bumper security update for Java
Oracle has released a bumper update package for Java that closes lots 51 separate
security holes in the software.
Learn which programming languages I use to for my trading infrastructure through my
Java 7 security breach virus and malware I have finally formatted my ACER I7’s drive with a new Windows 7 Ultimate
This was due to what I think the latest series of debaucles on the security breaches of Java 7. Thanks Oracle! I started getting nasty viruses and pretty blatant malware internet browser toolbars installed. It was pure crap. So now? Don’t ask me about Java anymore. I don’t support it as I wasted many hours to get my system back in good order. Screw it.
I was even thinking of installing an open source Java charting software called AIOTrade. I won’t support it anymore. I am pretty well fully into Microsoft .NET or Visual C++. SO I am now looking for a .NET stock charting package. I think I got one called StockChartX but most are commercial.
I can confirm Java 7 is the source to all my recent malware on my WIndows 7 desktop. How to unload it:
I can confirm the latest Java 7 JVM and JDK was the source of all the WIndows delay, malware, and other crap somehow getting. I have deleted it and not turning back. Oracle somehow made this once most secure language highly insecure in the latest major version.