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Old April 18th, 2006, 08:49 AM
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ActiveX patch

I am searching for some information about Java and the new IE active X patch. After quite a bit of searching I have not found a definitive answer as to whether or not the latest versions of JAVA runtime are affected. It appeared from what I could gather that all JRE's where affected until I found some info that claimed that 1.5 was not.

I have a JS workaround ready to deploy but it would be nice to know what users will need it and what ones won't. Has anybody tested this? I can't find anything on Sun's web site about it at all.

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