JavaRa will check if your computer has the latest version of Java Runtime Environment (JRE). If the version you have installed has been superseded by a newer version the program will download and install this newer version for you, by running Java's update program. It then allows you to remove all possible older versions of this program. This will ensure that the security of your computer is enhanced and extra space on your hard disk is created.
Reviewing 2.3 (Sep 12, 2013)
this will give you a drive by.
better to use
Reviewing 2.2 (May 29, 2013)
Avoid this website - Following the ULR to (Paul McLain) the publisher triggered a unwanted drive-by download of what appeared to be Adobe Flash but it was halted by ESET as a Trojan.
Reviewing 2.1 (Feb 3, 2013)
The owner of this website (singularlabs.com) has banned your access based on your browser's signature (61736667-cl-ua-1). (Ref. 1010)
•Timestamp: Sun, 03 Feb 2013 08:06:35 -0800
•Your IP address: 188.8.131.52
•Requested URL: singularlabs.com/
•Error reference number: 1010
•Server ID: FL_28F3
•Process ID: PID_3b0dcaa5f37050e
•User-Agent: top.location.href='http://txt2pic.com' (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0)
Your IP: 184.108.40.206© 2012 CloudFlare, Inc.
Reviewing 2.1 (Jan 16, 2013)
The problem with this program is that those who are security conscious are removing altogether Java because it's an ongoing liability - It's good in that you can keep up with the latest exploit fix but you are better off without java on your PC if you can live without it - Java remains on only one of my PC's for the odd time I need it.
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