April 2013 - OS X and Safari Java Security

Apple recently refreshed Safari 6 for OS X 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion, and Safari 5 for 10.6 Snow Leopard to add a new security tool. The browser now lets users closely manage Java permissions by selecting which sites can execute the software. Users comfortable with changing security settings can now allow Java to run on trusted websites -- an online banking site, for example -- while blocking it from executing on other domains. Apple has published a support document outlining how the new site-by-site Java permission manager operates.

For ROES users this means you can allow our ROES launch domains, www.roeslaunch.com and www.softworksroes.com, to be always allowed to execute ROES startup going forward.