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Are Java’s Days Numbered?

If you haven’t heard about the recent travails of Oracle’s Java Runtime Environment (JRE), then you’ve probably had your head in the sand. The JRE — the client-side version of Java — has recently experienced a string of security vulnerabilities so severe that the US Department of Homeland Security has advised people to turn it off in their browsers. And even though Oracle eventually got around to issuing a patch, it was largely lambasted as being inadequate to plug all the holes in the JRE.

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