[其他] Wave Goodbye to the Java Plugin (if you have not already)

Source: http://www.ghacks.net/2016/01/29 ... u-have-not-already/

Migration White Paper: http://www.oracle.com/technetwor ... applets-2872444.pdf

Some browsers may still support NPAPI after the major browsers stop supporting it, but a low user count is probably the reason why Oracle is deprecating the plugin anyway.

Java 9 is available as an early access release currently. According to Oracle's schedule, the final version of Java 9 will be available on September 22, 2016.

Java 9 Schedule: https://blogs.oracle.com/java/entry/java_9_schedule_is_out

Oracle has created a migration whitepaper for webmasters and content creators who rely on Java applets currently. It has been designed to help migrate from Java applets to plugin-free Java technologies such as Java Web Start.

It is likely however that some services won't migrate to other technologies, such as Java Web Start. These services will stop functioning in modern browsers at that time and there is little one can do about it.

The only option at that point is to use a browser that still supports NPAPI, for instance an older version), and the latest Java version that supports the browser plugin.

Since this leaves the doors wide open for attacks, it is generally not recommended.

alibaba and hk gov still use it?

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alibaba and hk gov still use it?
杜龍 發表於 31/1/2016 10:28

Being heavily used by the money industry....  

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好似而家嚇你媽媽個豬腐佬都屈人裝佢果個垃圾plugin先用到..好似係java來?

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