Java fault-finder Adam Gowdiak found a vulnerability to the Java 7 update 11 and claims that Oracle should "bring security research to the new level." The Oracle's most recent patch shows vulnerability to hackers which may affect users without their knowledge that their computers or mobile devices are being hacked or penetrated by another individual.
Being knowledgeable how to control your computer and internet securities may not be as difficult as before and there are easy methods on how to turn on or turn off plug-ins in browsers. With the discovery of the imminent hole with Java patch recently, it may be necessary to disable your Java plug-in temporarily for security.
How to Disable Java in the Control Panel in Windows 7 or older
1. Go to the Control Panel then click Programs. In older versions of Windows, it goes with this flow: Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs.