Archive for August, 2012

Zero Day Flaw Discovered in Java 7 – Oracle Fix Issued In Rare Move

The discovery of a zero-day vulnerability in Oracle’s Java 7 has prompted calls for users to turn off Java in their browsers until a patch is issued, something feds and other government managers might want to think about, too. The flaw is being exploited in active, though so far limited, attacks that are originating from […]

Stop Gap Legislation Creates Uncertenty for Defense

In a trend that has gone on for years in the Senate, U.S. lawmakers are planning to forego appropriations bills for fiscal 2013 in favor of passing a six-month-long stopgap spending measure that would seek to maintain 2012 funding levels though March, Defense News reports. In what feels like an overt election year strategy designed […]

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