Homeland security publish that the Java has its own vulnerability, So most of the computer users try to disable the Java plugins from the browser. Even though Oracle release the update patch for the Java 7 to overcome a zero-day exploits used by the hackers. After analyzing the update offered by the Oracle a Security Explorations, a security analysis firm from Poland states that it also contains vulnerabilities. Check here to know all about Vulnerable Java 7.
So if you have searched for ” how to disable the Java plugins on the browser?”, then you are landed on the right place. Here we clearly elaborate the following session you are going to have a quick look at that. Here you have the classifications according to the various users so get into the apt one.
Cross Platform Browsers
- Pressing the Chrome Control and customize button available at the top right corner adjacent to the address bar .
- Dropdown menu appears, Choose Settings from that menu and navigate to the settings page.
- Click on the Show Advanced settings link available at the last to see more settings.
- Under Privacy Click the Content Settings button.
- A Content settings window appears, You can Enable/disable the Java plugin on that page.
Mozilla Firefox :
- From the Firefox Main menu choose Options -> Options.
- An option window visible to you, On that Navigate to the Content settings by click on the content Icon.
- From the Edit menu choose Preferences.
- Now you can view the dialog box for the settings.
- Click on the Security icon.
- Click on the Control and customize icon available adjacent to the address bar.
- Select option from that. The flock Option window is now visible.
- Navigate to Under the Hood tab
- Click on Content settings button to open the Content settings of the browser.
For OS X:
- Choose Preferences from the Flock Menu. To view the Flock browsers settings dialog box.
- Click on Under the Hood Icon.
- Then click on Content settings button to open the Content settings of the browser.
- In the Opera main menu click on the settings, a submenu appears.
- Hover the mouse on the choice labeled Quick Preference (or) Use F12 (Keyboard shortcut for Quick preference menu
Internet Explorer for Windows
- Select Internet Options From Tools menu.
- Navigate to the Security tab
- Click on the Custom level button
- A dialog box appears, Scroll down to locate the Active x Control and plug-ins
Konqueror for Linux
- Select Configure Konqueror from the settings menu
- A configure Konqueror dialog box opens
- Click Apply to apply the changes made.
Camino for OS X
- Choose preference from the Camino Main menu
- A Camino preference dialog box appears
- Click on the web features Icon