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    Default Java 7 update 45

    Hope I'm in the right forum for someone to help me with this problem. I downloaded a new update of Java yesterday (Java 7 update 45) as the site I was in said that it needed the latest version. The installation went okay but now that I go back to this site, I get the message - Do you want to run this application. There is then a check box to tick which says - I accept the risk and want to run this app. However, unlike the update that I made on my laptop, there is no other check box to say - do not show this message again (or something similar). Therefore, every time I open this site I get the same message about whether I want to run the application. I uninstalled the program and then reinstalled it but that has not made any difference. Would anyone have an idea as to how I might get rid of this message so that I don't see it every time I enter this site?

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    Default Re: Java 7 update 45

    There has been a number of articles written on the lack of security in Java. This particular release addresses some of those issues and the pop-up that appears is probably related to that. However, there should be an option in the dialog that allows you to suppress that message from the site in question. At least, that has been my experience.

    In some cases, you may have to modify settings in your browser or local security manage to combat this problem. However, doing so can put your client device at greater risk.

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    Default Re: Java 7 update 45

    Quote Originally Posted by jim829 View Post
    There has been a number of articles written on the lack of security in Java. This particular release addresses some of those issues and the pop-up that appears is probably related to that. However, there should be an option in the dialog that allows you to suppress that message from the site in question. At least, that has been my experience.

    In some cases, you may have to modify settings in your browser or local security manage to combat this problem. However, doing so can put your client device at greater risk.

    Regards,
    Jim
    Thanks for the information Jim. There is certainly no way of suppressing the message from the dialogue box but I will check on my browser settings. Thanks again for your time.

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    Default Re: Java 7 update 45

    Actually, locate the Java Control Panel and modify you security settings on the security tab. As I said before, this puts you system at greater risk.

    Regards,
    Jim
    Last edited by jim829; 10-18-2013 at 02:51 PM.
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