ADDENDUM - Will this be enough protection?

by michhala - 1/18/13 2:49 AM

In Reply to: More info by michhala

Received following email from Norton:
"You are protected against the latest Jave vulnerability.
You may have recently seen some of the extensive news coverage, including statements from the United States Department of Homeland Security, regarding a vulnerability in Java. Java is both a language and a platform to run websites and programs used by many computer users, both on the PC and Mac operating systems. This vulneraility leaves millions of computers open to malware attacks and can lure online traffic to virus-infected websites.
Rest assured, because you have a Norton security software product installed on your computer, you're protected against the Java bug (CVE-2013-0422), as long as you have not disabled the automatic updates feature.
We also recommend that you apply Oracle's recently released security patch and make sure you are running the most updated version of Java."
Learn more about Java Zero-Day vulnerability
http://community.norton.com/t5/Ask-Marian/What-s-All-the-Buzz-About-Java-Fixing-The-Vulnerability/ba-p/892757