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Old 23rd Oct 2012, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default ED#143 : Java Plug-In SSV Helper - Should It Stay Or Should It Go?

If you use Internet Explorer, you will probably encounter this quite often - a pop-up request to enable or disable the 'Java(tm) Plug-In SSV Helper' add-on from 'Oracle America, Inc.'. Some of you may notice that this usually pops-up after you update Java. In any case, the question is - should it stay or should it go?

First of all - don't worry. This isn't a piece of malicious software. This plug-in is part of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), which is needed to run applications written in the Java language. Web browsers like Internet Explorer need JRE to properly display websites that use Java applets and/or codes.

Before you hit the Enable button though...


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Default ED#143 : Java Plug-In SSV Helper - Should It Stay Or Should It Go? Rev. 2.0

If you use Internet Explorer, you will probably encounter this quite often - a pop-up request to enable or disable the 'Java(tm) Plug-In SSV Helper' add-on from 'Oracle America, Inc.'. Some of you may notice that this usually pops-up after you update Java. In any case, the question is - should it stay or should it go?

First of all - don't worry. This isn't a piece of malicious software. This plug-in is part of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), which is needed to run applications written in the Java language. Web browsers like Internet Explorer need JRE to properly display websites that use Java applets and/or codes.

Before you hit the Enable button though...

In this update, we added a section called "After Upgrading To Internet Explorer 10". If you are using Internet Explorer 10, please take a look at the update.


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Default ED#143 : Java Plug-In SSV Helper - Should It Stay Or Should It Go? Rev. 3.0

If you use Internet Explorer, you will probably encounter this quite often - a pop-up request to enable or disable the 'Java(tm) Plug-In SSV Helper' add-on from 'Oracle America, Inc.'. Some of you may notice that this usually pops-up after you update Java. In any case, the question is - should it stay or should it go?

First of all - don't worry. This isn't a piece of malicious software. This plug-in is part of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), which is needed to run applications written in the Java language. Web browsers like Internet Explorer need JRE to properly display websites that use Java applets and/or codes.

Before you hit the Enable button though...

In this major update, we added a section called "For The Geeks - What The Heck Is SSV?" and new details on why SSV Helper would reappear after being disabled in the first place.


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