Mac os x 10.8 java inactive plugin

I'm not on a Mac - it's a couple of my colleagues. As they're on Snow Leopard, there isn't an updated version of Java available, so it's not an option without first updating the OS as well.

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As far as I can tell, that's right. Oracle stops Java SE 6 support tomorrow anyway, but Apple disabling it through their security tool without any real warning seems a bit annoying - I know it's full of security holes, but we've now got 2 staff members who can't use Squiz until their machines are updated, which has to go through central IT department. We do plan to upgrade to Mountain Lion so hopefully it won't affect us long term but it's definitely a worry!

Obviously a pretty bad idea to uncheck this permanently but it should allow you to modify the. Yes, got this working. Ben's right. You have to switch off Automatic update safe downloads list otherwise it's rewritten each day. Not great security wise. Roll on the non-java asset map eh? Using Firefox I am able to bypass this issue.

Just clicking the asset map activates the plugin even though there is the warning.

There are two different issues here now: the system-wide blocking of Java, which was from Apple's security update system, and Firefox's plugin block, which now insists on every Java plugin being specifically enabled before it can be used. If you're on Lion or Mountain Lion, and running Java 7, you won't get the Apple block, but will get the Firefox alert you'll get it on Windows too, actually - it's enabled in the most recent Firefox updates and most recent Java updates. If you're on any earlier OSX version, you won't even get the Firefox warning since there is no valid version of Java, unless you've carried out the steps outlined above.

I've applied the fixes suggested by Ben but I've also been prompted for a software update from Apple.

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Java for Mac OS X Java applets may be re-enabled by clicking the region labeled "Inactive plug-in" on a web page. If no applets have been run for an extended period of time, the Java web plug-in will deactivate. Please quit any web browsers and Java applications before installing this update.

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G'day … this doesn't help answer anyone's questions sorry! The Matrix admin interface now doesn't work at all in Chrome, doesn't work in Opera, isn't usable in Safari form text fields can't be edited , and only barely works in Firefox functions that involve communication between the centre frame and the asset map don't work: such as the "Show in Asset Map" button.

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My colleagues who use Windows machines have more options but are still getting "applet blocked" messages every time they use the "Insert a link" button in the rich text editor, and we're having to spend more and more time helping staff with Java-related problems. Once Java is working, try DTS again and let us know if you continue to have an issue. On both occasions I receive an error, "The certificate is not valid and cannot be used to verify the identity of this website". I am guessing that the error is ? When I click continue the continue button, I get the option of choosing my certificate.

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Once I choose my cert, it gives me the error of "dbsign code: ". I have searched all of the information on this site and have contacted the dbsign help desk but have not been able to remedy my problem. I have run their test utility and it works up until I click the "Sign" button. It then fails with the error Please help.

After the applet attempts to load I receive the following error: Login Error There has been a problem with your login. The site is experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later or contact your DTS site administrator for assistance.