A. It's like déjà vu all over again, Stacy! Just when the scary Java headlines had died down, Java came out of nowhere with an update that fixed almost 50 security issues. Of course, a few hours later hackers were bragging about finding a hole in Java that the update missed. So, it's off to the races once more.
For those who haven't been following this, Java is a programming language required for certain programs and websites. It runs many chat sites, online games and programs like LibreOffice.
Hackers have spent the last few months finding security flaws in Java that can help them take over your computer and steal your information.