Oracle, by popular demand released an updated version of its Java runtime. Oracle has released a patch to fix a vulnerability that could be used to compromise a system through the browser. Apple no longer installs Java by default in OS X Lion 10.7 onward and the problem could relate to those who had installed the official version of Java SE 7 for Mac OS X recent released.
A dangerous vulnerability in Java, so Oracle has released a new version that the virtual machine cleansed of the problem. The new version of JRE (Java Runtime Environment) should put a stop to the proliferation of zero-day attacks appeared these days, a situation that had prompted Mozilla and other companies have a commitment to safety to recommend the permanent lock of Java to make the PC more secure. Oracle announced a JRE patch that corrects three distinct which related to the vulnerability of a single issue of structural safety in the Java package running on desktop browsers “the experts agree in identifying additional holes targeted by Updating the surface.
According to security experts who have published the details of the flaw, which accuse an immobility of Oracle but Oracle cleaned this problem and has released an update for Java 7. Java 7 update of 52.5 MB file can be downloaded by selecting the Java System Preferences will open a dedicated window and from here you can check for the required update and install the update. You can download Java 7 update for your suitable OS here. Oracle also bring an update for developers with 143MB file and you can download it here.