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Sun says Java flaw has been patched

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Sun says a Java security threat, which was called "as bad as it gets", has now been patched.

Sun on Friday released a new version of Java SE 6 Update 2 that it says addresses all current vulnerabilities.

Sun spokeswoman Jacki DeCoster recommends that consumers go to http://www.Java.com and download Java SE 6 update 2, installing the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment. Additional information about the specific patches related to these vulnerabilities can be found on the company's SunSolve site.
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