Understanding a browser’s crypto preferences

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How to check and configure your browser plugins

Many of the more recent blog posts have dealt with the issue of Java and its various vulnerabilities, I wanted to offer a method to ensure that if you are in a situation where you need Java to run an local application on your machine that you could do everything you could to prevent a potential breach in security. To that end I found a great techrepublic article on configuring  browser plugins, which will help you reduce the potential impact of having the Java Runtime on your machines. While I still recommend removing Java  from your system until we some significant  improvement in Java Security, disabling Java in the Browser, can go a long way to protecting yourself  from a widely known and exploited problem. [How to check and configure your browser plugins](http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/security/how-to-check-and-configure-your-browser-plugins/9156)