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Oracle Java™ Critical Security Updates Released

Today, 02:54 PM

Posted by Corrine in Security & Networking
Oracle released the scheduled critical security updates for its Java SE Runtime Environment software.  This Critical Patch Update contains 5 new security fixes for Oracle Java SE, all of which may be remotely exploitable without authentication.


If Java is still installed on your computer, it is recommended that this update be applied as soon as possible due to the threat posed by a successful attack.
Download Information
Java SE 8u201 or 8u202

    Release Notes:
    8u201:  https://www.oracle.c...es-5209271.html
    8u202:  https://www.oracle.c...es-5209339.html

    Download:  https://www.oracle.c...oads/index.html

Java SE 11.0.2  (x64-bit only)

Note:  JDK only.

    Release Notes: http://www.oracle.co...es-4477557.html
    Download:  https://www.oracle.c...oads/index.html

UNcheck any pre-checked toolbar and/or software options presented with the update. They are not part of the software update and are completely optional.  Preferably, see the instructions below on how to handle "Unwanted Extras".

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Pale Moon Version 28.3.0 Released

Yesterday, 11:43 AM

Posted by Corrine in Social Media
Pale Moon has been updated to version 28.3.0.  This is a major development and bugfix release.

The release includes DiD ("Defense-in-Depth") changes.  This means that a fix does not apply to a (potentially)actively exploitable vulnerability in Pale Moon, but prevents future vulnerabilities caused by the same code, e.g. when surrounding code changes, exposing the problem, or when new attack vectors are discovered.

The Linux versions will follow.

Release Notes

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12 Jan 2019

Posted by Fuddster in Hardware
On New Years Eve I finished the putting the hardware together on my new mid-range gaming PC.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
Mobo: ASUS Prime B450-Plus AM4
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8) DDR4 DRAM @ 2666MHZ
PSU: EGA Supernova 550W G3

For storage I have a Samsung 860 EVO 500GB SSD and a WD 4TB hard drive, and it's all stuffed in an Antec case.

It's running Ubuntu 18.10 because that's what steam recommends, and I didn't want to deal with the BS that I was running into running Steam on my openSUSE PC. Every game I've tried so far runs flawlessly, as evidenced by the number of hours I've logged on Steam so far this year.

And you might have noticed that I've named her after two of the most popular and sinister AIs in popular culture.

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