since the last java update i have had 3 different java based infections picked up and cleaned by nod 32. the thing is nothing else detects them. i only have nod in real time protection but if i scan the infected file with superantispyware, a squared, kaspersky, s & d, threatfire or avira none detect a problem. i have been told eset class the files as a risk due to a high probability it's a class downloader trojan.
so isnt it better to remove java completely?
why is nobody else wise to this?
and why the hell don't java patch it?

  VoG II 11:28 21 May 08

Is it this? click here

  birdface 11:30 21 May 08

Are you using java6 update6 and have you removed all of the old java updates.

yes to both. i only had problems with java since 6.6 and the thing is the only site i use which turns java on is yahoo? im thinking of removing it, still puzzled why nothing else finds it a risk, it's not a threatsense assumption it's a registered risk.
anyway thanks for the repies.

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