Viruses found in this cache directory are not associated with the Java that was downloaded and installed on the system. A cache directory is a a temporary storage location. When the browser runs an applet or application, Java stores files into its cache directory for better performance.
Some examples of the virus reported in the cache directory:
Do you have problems recently with malicious java files? Here is a guide how to clear the Java cache.
Here is a funny video about Java programming.
As a Java programmer I’m glad to inform that Eclipse Galileo is now available for download and upgrade. A big day for all OOP peoples. For the sixth year in a row, the Eclipse community has delivered its annual release train on its scheduled date. Galileo, the 2009 release train, is the largest ever release from the Eclipse community, comprising 33 projects and over 24 million lines of code. Over 380 committers from 44 different organizations participated to make this release possible.
2004 – June 28th (Eclipse 3.0)
2005 – June 28th (Eclipse 3.1)
2006 – June 30th (Callisto)
2007 – June 29th (Europa)
2008 – June 25th (Ganymede)
2009 – June 24th (Galileo)