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After updating the latest version of firefox which is 42.0 I have some problems related to java while using java based applets. Browser show warning for crash
After updating the latest version of firefox which is 42.0 I have some problems related to java while using java based applets.
While the java applet begins, Browser show warning related to the java crash. For example " Java (TM) platform SE8U65 ,s busy or ...."
After downgrade the firefox version 42.0 to 41 and test the same scenario, the java applet is run without any problem.
So, how can I solve this java applet crash problem? Or, Is someone report this problem before? Or, do you have any solutions or patch that will be released at the following days?
I am waiting for your reply
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Use this link to check that your plugins are up-to-date. If any are listed as unknown or research, do not worry about them.
Sorry but Plugins that I use are up to date. I did not find any solution.
Modified by iceberg
Please use this link,
Version 8 Update 65 Release date October 20, 2015
Separate Issue; Your System Details shows;
FortiClient SSLVPN CacheCleaner Firefox Plugin
FortiClient SSLVPN CacheCleanerEx Firefox Plugin
Having more than one version of a program may cause issues. You must remove the older programs. Then get the current full installer.
You might be seeing a bug like this one:
- bug 1222036 - Firefox 42 causes Java to crash - when applet requests permission
Please do not comment in bug reports
I read the comments on bug 1222036. But, at the bug, they said the problem is about java applet and in order to solve this problem Oracle should release a fix... I can not accept this comment. I think this is the firefox based problem not java. Because, this problem reveals after a new version of firefox releases. I mean, after I update the version of my firefox 41 to 42, I encounter the java plıg-in crash problems. When I downgrade the version of firefox in 42 to 41, the java applet crash problem is automatically solved. In fact, mozilla should focused on this bug and solve it.