A Java exploit can introduce a computer system to malware, viruses, and Trojans giving attackers complete access to the infected computer system. If the Java exploit is not fixed, your computer may lose functionality and you are at a very high risk of becoming a victim to cyber crime involving credit theft, exploitation schemes, identity theft, and more.
To steer away from trouble Mac had to remove the headline “It Doesn’t Get Viruses”to “It’s Built To Be Safe”, as well as part of their initial paragraph. Ex Mac users boost PC sales due to Mac OSX vulnerabilities.
Information and removal instructions for the dangerous flashback Trojan on Mac OS X.