Java hole exploited in lyrics site

Earlier security problems were disclosed on Microsoft Internet explorer and Adobe reader and now the hole is found in Java too.Attackers were able to enter into the server and gather the details using a very simple code on iFrame over the website using Java.So the visitors need not even click on ads to trigger the malicious code.The flaw Java webstart affects Windows system having firefox and internet explorer.Attack was initially found on Song lyrics publishing site but later the problem was rectified in the site.
When Google Engineer analysed the problem and contacted Sun but for them it is not very important to rush for a patch immediately.They say that its just a gapping hole for the websites having Java.

But with Microsoft releasing patches for security problems on Internet explorer and Adobe releasing patches on Adobe reader its also important for Java to release patches.But before SUN releasing patches its important for the ebsite owners to think on some work arounds as this kind of attack will be widespread soon.

Microsoft to release security patch for IE6 and IE7 today

Microsoft has recently analysed some vulnerable attacks on IE6 and IE7 by various cyber hackers.It has found a solution and is immediately releasing out a patch today and it is recommended that all IE6 and IE7 users need to install the patch as soon as possible.
But people using IE8 and early versions of IE6 may be like IE5 are safe from this kind of attacks.

It is believed that hackers can remotely take the control of computers with the help of the hole available in IE6 and IE7. It is also assumed that even China based cyber crimes and attack on google would have occurred through this hole.