Category Archives: Web Services

A look at Java vulnerabilities from spring and summer 2020

Java served as the epicenter for a number of notable vulnerabilities discovered through the summer of 2020. 

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Java continues to be hamstrung by uneven security

While certain Java applications are more secure now than they ever were, the programming language is still full of vulnerabilities that cyberattackers are more than easily capable of exploiting. 

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Major Java vulnerabilities discovered during July

Two major vulnerabilities connected to Java have emerged thus far this month. 

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3 keys to a successful, streamlined digital transformation

It’s critical not to overcomplicate your digital transformation process when you don’t have to.

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DHS’s CERT unit doubles down on warnings regarding Java-based remote access malware

Homeland Security’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team confirmed – and reinforced – the dangers of Java-based malware. 

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Java reasserts dominance over competing languages in developer survey – but can it last?

Java continues to do battle with JavaScript, C and especially Python for dominance in the programming language market. 

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New Java security issues emerge

Two new Java-related cybersecurity threats have recently surfaced. 

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Don’t pursue digital transformation for the wrong reasons

It’s important to embark on your journey to digital transformation for the right reason. 

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Java just turned 25 – and continues to encounter major roadblocks

Despite its long history and widespread usage, Java still comes with a prohibitively large share of risk – including newly recognized vulnerabilities. 

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The resurgence of C as competition for Java

In May 2020, C surged to the No. 1 spot on the prominent TIOBE index – notably, ahead of Java – for the first time since 2015.  

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