Announcing Java Card 3.2 Release
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5d ago
With the whole Java Card team, I am delighted to announce the new Java Card 3.2 release. It is now live and available on the portal of Oracle ..read more
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TruffleRuby on OCI Container Instances
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2w ago
A quick introduction to Ruby on GraalVM and how to run it on OCI Container Instances ..read more
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JDK 11.0.18, 17.0.6, 8u361, 19.0.2 and 7u371 Have Been Released!
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2w ago
JDK 11.0.18, 17.0.6, 8u361, 19.0.2 and 7u371 Have Been Released ..read more
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Changes in the Oracle JDK Installers (JDK 17, 11, and 8)
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3w ago
Describes changes to the JDK Installers that will take effect on January 2023 and April 2023 ..read more
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GraalVM team honored for accelerating dynamic language interpreter performance
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3w ago
Thomas Wuerthinger, Christian Wimmer, et al. team (2012) was awarded the “Most Notable Paper Award” by the Dynamic Language Symposium (DLS) at Splash 2022 ..read more
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Java Card 3.1: Cryptographic Extensions
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2M ago
A security product is not necessarily a cryptographic product ..read more
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Java Management Service introduces new Advanced Features for customers and makes Basic Discovery available to everyone
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2M ago
Introducing more advanced features in Java Management Service helping users gain additional insights into Java workloads and also announcing basic Java discovery available for all ..read more
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Java Card 3.1: Security Services
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2M ago
A key goal of version 3.1 is to ensure the availability of security services on a large range of secure hardware, including smartcards, embedded chips, secure enclaves within microprocessor units (MPUs) and microcontroller units (MCUs), and removable SIMs ..read more
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Java Card 3.1: Enhanced deployment model and core features
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2M ago
Java Card 3.1 introduces an extended file format, the management of static resources, binary compatibility improvements, and the support of array views. Those features evolve the deployment and upgrade of applications, and they permit better design modularity and security as well ..read more
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IoT Certification and Java Card
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2M ago
I have been a little bit surprised to hear during travels and events, or even within private meetings, that security certification for IoT devices is too expensive and in a way not a strict business requirement ..read more
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