The release is considered critical but also contains “non-security fixes.”
The company routinely releases updates and the next in set to arrive in October.
According to a report from KrebsonSecurtity, 37 of the updates may pertain to an exploit vulnerability that doesn’t require authentication.
Java during the recent past has become increasingly known for its vulnerability to be taken advantage of by viruses. Earlier this year, the U.S. government went so far as to advise people to temporarily disable the platform when a previous issue was discovered.