94% of Councils Open to Java Cyber-Attacks mdi-fullscreen


Only 6% of councils have bothered to update Java on their computers, with 55% using a version of the software so old that Java stopped supporting it two years ago. Java is notorious for needing regular security updates and is the number one target for cyber criminals. Half of all attacks last year were aimed at the programming language software.

By continuing to run old software, councils are leaving the door open for attackers to swoop in on masses of personal data. Just click update…

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