When you're done with those websites, disable the Java web plug-in again.
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Adobe’s patch includes a fix for a zero-day bug (CVE-2015-3043) that the company warns is already being exploited.
Users of the Adobe Flash Player for Windows and Macintosh should update to Adobe Flash Player (the current versions other OSes is listed in the chart below).
The installer does not understand the proxy settings specified in Netscape/Mozilla.
is the process for checking/performing updates in Java Update.
Google has an update available for Chrome that fixes a slew of flaws, and I assume it includes this Flash update, although the Flash checker pages only report that I now have version 17.0.0 installed after applying the Chrome update and restarting (the Flash update released last month put that version at 18.104.22.168, so this is not particularly helpful).
To fix the problem, go to the Browser tab in Java Control Panel and check the browsers that you want to run the newly installed version of Java.
These processes run automatically and transparently to users.
To shutdown these processes, simply uncheck the "Check for Updates Automatically" check box in the Update tab of Java Control Panel.
A: The JRE bootstrap installer uses the system Internet Connection settings to connect to the web for downloading extra files.
If you are behind a firewall and require proxy settings, make sure the proxy settings in Internet Options/Internet Properties are set up properly (select Start, then Control Panel, then Internet Options/Internet Properties, then Connections, then LAN Settings) If you can browser the external web (for example, outside the firewall) with Internet Explorer, then your proxy settings are properly set up.
A: Java Update can only be run if the system is connected to the network.