Finding The Humor In Life|A Place for Laughs|Poetry|Humorous Stories…


According to  The Associated Press (AP), many Apple Mac users were surprised recently when their computers stopped running programs which were written using Java’s programming.

Apple blocked Java on some units because Java has been having many security problems.

In fact, last month, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) came out with a recommendation to disable Java in all computers in the U.S. because of hacking issues.

Oracle Corporation, the owner of Java has tried in vain to block hackers. It has been alerting users to obtain new downloads of the program to fix the holes that hackers readily use.

In spite of Oracle’s efforts, the DHS still believes there are more problems with Java’s coding. They recommend disabling the program in Web Browsers.

The DHS recommends disabling Java in Web browsers to avoid potential hacking attacks. Oracle Corp., which owns Java, has issued updates that fix known vulnerabilities, but the DHS expects that there are more flaws in Java’s coding.

BTW…I heard there is another Java update available right now. Check it out at the Oracle web site, www.oracle.com

Does all this hack you off?

Hmmm

Apple is dumping old Java;

It’s something they don’t want us to have-a.

It’s security is weak,

In spite of some tweaks,

Java users are hotter than lava.

Paper Penetrated by Plucky Poachers

According to The Wall Street Journal the same group of hackers that penetrated the New York Times also cracked into their private accounts as well.

The Journal reported that the hackers were looking for news stories involving China.

The attack was generated via computers in Beijing.

Of course, Chinese government officials have denied any cyber attacks of American businesses.

Hmmm…

The Chinese hacked into the Journal,

The owners thought it was infernal,

They’re hitting the papers,

And other news makers,

They want to find every news kernel

Paper Penetrated by Plucky Poachers

According to The Wall Street Journal the same group of hackers that penetrated the New York Times also cracked into their private accounts as well.

The Journal reported that the hackers were looking for news stories involving China.

The attack was generated via computers in Beijing.

Of course, Chinese government officials have denied any cyber attacks of American businesses.

Hmmm…

The Chinese hacked into the Journal,

The owners thought it was infernal,

They’re hitting the papers,

And other news makers,

They want to find every news kernel

© 2013 Ronald J. Yarosh

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Tag Cloud

%d bloggers like this: