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  • Update Java too while you're at it


    If you play Minecraft you use Java and this is important for you . Java 8 Update 51 is here which has a number of bug fixes. Please download java 8 here: https://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

    If you run a 64-bit OS, make sure you download the 64-bit version.

    And as always, keep Java disabled in your browser at all costs!
    How do I disable Java in my web browser?

    Also if you still use Java 7, consider updating to Java 8 since 7 is no longer supported and contains security issues that will not get fixed.

    Release Highlights

    • IANA Data 2015d
      JDK 8u51 contains IANA time zone data version 2015d. For more information, refer to Timezone Data Versions in the JRE Software.
    • Bug Fix: Root Certificate Authority (CA) changes
      More info
    • Bug Fix: Deprecate RC4 in SunJSSE provider
      RC4 is now considered as a weak cipher. Servers should not select RC4 unless there is no other stronger candidate in the client requested cipher suites. A new security property, jdk.tls.legacyAlgorithms, is added to define the legacy algorithms in Oracle JSSE implementation. RC4 related algorithms are added to the legacy algorithms list. See JDK-8074006 (not public).
    • Bug Fix: Prohibit RC4 cipher suites
      RC4 is now considered as a compromised cipher. RC4 cipher suites have been removed from both client and server default enabled cipher suite list in Oracle JSSE implementation. These cipher suites can still be enabled by SSLEngine.setEnabledCipherSuites() and SSLSocket.setEnabledCipherSuites() methods. See JDK-8077109 (not public).
    • Bug Fix: Improved certification checking
      With this fix, JSSE endpoint identification does not perform reverse name lookup for IP addresses by default in JDK. If an application does need to perform reverse name lookup for raw IP addresses in SSL/TLS connections, and encounter endpoint identification compatibility issue, System property "jdk.tls.trustNameService" can be used to switch on reverse name lookup. Note that if the name service is not trustworthy, enabling reverse name lookup may be susceptible to MITM attacks. See JDK-8067695 (not public).

    For a list of bug fixes included in this release, see JDK 8u51 Bug Fixes page.
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