Oracle put out a new version of Java this afternoon which resolves 42 bugs, 39 of which were security vulnerabilities. I just confirmed it is available in KSDU:

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2034738/java-7-update-21-to-fix-bugs-change-applet-warning-messages.html

http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/04/new-security-protection-fixes-for-39-exploitable-bugs-coming-to-java/

Facebook wasn't hacked two months ago because of a missing Windows patch -- it was hacked through a Java exploit.

If you think simply keeping OS security updates and AV on your managed machines is enough to stay secure, you're someday in for a rude awakening ;)

Inside KSDU, if you don't see Java 7.0.210.11 in your catalogs just yet, initiate a manual catalog refresh (KSDU -> Catalog -> Right click 'Master Catalog' and click Refresh).

If you are completely new to the module I have a post some additional screenshots and instructions here on how to deploy an earlier version of Java.



[edited by: Ben at 2:10 PM (GMT -7) on Apr 16, 2013] .