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Suppress Java warnings

I'm using a website with a Java plugin (applet I think) that prompts me everytime I use it to access the local file system. These are the two pop ups: and: I already have the site in question ...
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1answer
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Java Certificate Issues

Overview We are building a JAVA Application that communicates data over secure HTTPS lines. Problem When we run our application from Eclipse/Terminal, via the command "java -jar ...
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476 views

“Failed to validate certificate” error while launching web based Java application

I am trying to launch a web based java application on OSX 10.9.2 (Macbook Pro Retina late 2013). The first time when I tried to open the .jnlp file it prompted me to install Java RE even though I have ...
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Disabling Java plug-in globally?

After following the instructions in this answer (briefly: Java prefs pane → Security → disable "Enable Java content in the browser") to disable the Java plug-in globally, I'm presented with an admin ...
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1answer
953 views

Is Java 6 on Mavericks safe to use?

I have some web applications (java applets) which have trouble running with Java 7 and java 64 bit. The tech support wants me to install Java 6 and disable Java 7, here are the instructions: ...
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1answer
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Running Java in “Unsafe mode”

Since the last Safari update (I'm on Lion, 10.7.5), I've been unable to connect to a client's VPN. Their VPN runs via a Java network client from Juniper Networks, and it appears to require ...
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Do Java security settings in Mountain Lion cause java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError?

In a nutshell, I have a java app that crashes in java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError and I'm looking to see if my OS/Java settings might be causing this error. I cannot change the security settings ...
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1answer
902 views

Can I safely remove /usr/bin/java from Mountain Lion 10.8.2?

If I do so, will something, such as a service, break?
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919 views

Is JavaScript secure? [closed]

I have a couple of websites I have to use that require Java so I am leaving it on in Java Preferences.app, disabling it on all browsers bar one that will only be used for those sites. Am I safe to ...
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1answer
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Is there a way to enable Java only for specific applications?

I know that it is possible to completely disable Java in OS X, and to disable its use from within a given browser. I use just one or two applications that require Java, and would like to enable it for ...
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1answer
88 views

Web Start application management?

After the latest update Mac OS X Lion, I think that Apple disabled Java applications by default. When I try to run one, I get the following dialog: If I choose to "Enable" it, how would I disable ...
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How to update Java JRE in Lion?

Sofware update says everything is up to date, however Java Preferences says it's running Version 6 Update 29. The Java website says there is a newer version: Version 6 Update 31 with critical ...