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Java flaw could cause Windows, Linux attacks
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/24/2004 08:16:00 AM.

A flaw in Sun Microsystems's plug-in for running Java on a variety of browsers and operating systems could allow a virus to spread through Microsoft Windows and Linux PCs.

The vulnerability, found by Finnish security researcher Jouko Pynnonen in June, was patched last month by Sun Microsystems, but its details were not made public until Tuesday. Security information provider Secunia posted information about the flaw in an advisory that rated it a "highly critical" threat. The Java plug-in enables small Web programs, known as applets, to run safely on a user's computer. But the security flaw allows a malicious Web site accessed through a victim's browser to bypass those protections.

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