|Update Release Notes Index||JDK Documentation|
The full internal version number for this update release is 1.6.0_22-b04 (where "b" means "build"). The external version number is 6u22.
Java SE 6u22 contains Olson time zone data version 2010l. For more information, refer to Timezone Data Versions in the JRE Software.
Java SE 6u22 specifies the following security baselines for use with Java Plug-in technology:
|JRE Family Version||Java SE
|Java for Business
On October 30, 2008, Java SE 1.4.2 reached its end of service life with the release of 1.4.2_19. Java SE 5.0 reached its end of service life on November 3, 2009, with the release of 5.0u22. Future revisions of Java SE 1.4.2 (1.4.2_20 and above) and Java SE 5.0 (5.0u23 and above) include the Access Only option and are available to Java for Business subscribers.
For more information about the security baseline, see Deploying Java Applets With Family JRE Versions in Java Plug-in for Internet Explorer .
Added new Entrust Root CA-G2 and updated Entrust.net CA (2048) root certificates. (Refer to 6959911.)
If an applet is suspected of failing due to this change you can verify that by setting the logging level of the Java Console to 5 and looking for logging strings beginning with "socket access restriction" which will describe the specific cause of the mismatch and will help in identifying the correct workaround to use as described below:
host.auth.ddd.ccc.bbb.aaa.in-addr.arpa # /etc/hosts example 10.11.12.13 foo.bar.com.auth.220.127.116.11.in-addr.arpa
There is an equivalent form for IPv6 addresses which uses the IP6.ARPA domain root format defined in RFC 3596.
For DNS, these would be A (IPv4) or AAAA (IPv6) entries.
#10.11.12.13 foo loghost 10.11.12.13 foo.bar.com foo loghost
As an alternative to updating name service records, it may be possible to safely modify the applet to perform the network action using only it's own permissions independent of the web page which contains it by using the doPrivileged() method of the java.security.AccessController class.
For more information, please see the TLS Renegotiation Issue README.
Related information on the solution to the TLS Renegotiation issue:
|6897143||hotspot||garbage_collector||Stress test crashes during HeapInspection using ParallelGC|
|6919638||hotspot||garbage_collector||CMS: ExplicitGCInvokesConcurrent misinteracts with gc locker|
|6837842||hotspot||jni||JNI_CreateJavaVM crashes under impersonation|
|6948223||idl||orb||Corba issue, fail to reload object|
|6969236||java||build||Regression: JRE identification fails due to Oracle rebranding in java.exe|
|6893325||java||classes_awt||JComboBox and dragging to an item outside the bounds of the containing JFrame is not selecting that|
|6974093||java||classes_lang||Thread.clone should NOT invoke addUnstarted on started threads|
|6959911||java||classes_security||Update Entrust.net CA (2048) root and add new Entrust Root CA-G2|
|6725789||java||classes_util_concurrent||ScheduledExecutorService does not work as expected in jdk7/6/5|
|6557086||java||imageio||Attempt to dispose jpeg reader form another thread may cause crash|
|6944981||java_deployment||general||Name field missing in mix code security warning dialog for Java Webstart application|
|6869937||java_plugin||plugin2||New Plugin - Vista&XP Focus never returned to browser|
|6846148||jaxb-xsd||runtime||Namespace gets lost for null scope while using RetQName|
|6946312||jaxp||sax||XML parser omits characters callback to ContentHandler since 6u18|
|6957378||jmx||classes||JMX memory leak|