MSJVM "will it explode on January 1st?"

Back in November I posted a gentle reminder about the end of life of the MSJVM. Since then several ISV have asked me "what actually happens on January 1st?"The short answer is... nothing. Your applications which use the MSJVM will continue to work.The longer (and official) answer is:"Although the MSJVM may still function after December […]

Back in November I posted a gentle reminder about the end of life of the MSJVM. Since then several ISV have asked me "what actually happens on January 1st?"

The short answer is... nothing. Your applications which use the MSJVM will continue to work.

The longer (and official) answer is:

"Although the MSJVM may still function after December 31, 2007, it will not be supported. If a security issue were to arise after that date, the MSJVM may become unsafe to use. Microsoft recommends that customers who continue to use the MSJVM after December 31, 2007, lock down Internet Explorer security zones so that the MSJVM works only with trusted sites."

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MSJVM, JVM, Microsoft, Internet Explorer

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