Online attackers have wasted no time seizing on a critical vulnerability in Oracle's Java software framework that makes it possible to install malware on computers running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
So far, all of the exploits reported to be in the wild attack Windows PCs, but according to Errata Security CTO David Maynor, it's not hard exploit Mac and Linux machines that have the latest version of Java from Oracle installed.
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