In its ongoing pursuit of the prize as worst tested software for the internet Java has done it again!
There was a JAVA update this week and now when I open Internet Explorer I get an Internet Explorer Security warning before the home page (Google) even comes up. I also get a warning every time I click a link in dbstalk.com.
I realize that I can customize the settings to ignore this and keep it from happening... but what am I doing if I do? Is it safe?
And explain to me why the idiots at Java would design such an update and fail to address the issues? I dont think it is possible they didn't check this out.
Updating: So far, dbstalk has frozen 4 times on me since I did the update. Screen just freezes, cant do anything except end task.
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