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With recent Java versions, you'll also need to confirm that you want to run Java, if prompted.The Java plugin name shown will depend on your operating system and Java version.On Mac OS, the Java plugin is shown as Java Applet Plug-in (on Mac OS X 10.6 or below, it may also be listed as Java Plug-in 2 for NPAPI Browsers).On Windows, the Java plugin will be listed as Java(TM) Platform SE Note: Starting in Firefox 23 and Sea Monkey 2.20, the button to "Disable" or "Enable" plugins has been replaced with a drop-down menu with the click-to-play options "Always Activate" to enable, "Ask to Activate" to set click-to-play, and "Never Activate" to disable (bug 549697).You can also update Java from the Java Control Panel, or by manually downloading the latest update. You can also access the Java (32-bit) Control Panel by opening the file "javacpl.exe" located in the Java installation folder (e.g., on 64-bit Windows with 32-bit Java 7 installed, open the file "javacpl.exe" in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7\bin\ folder).
 Starting with Java 6 Update 10, Java updates patch the current version by default instead of adding an additional version.
Information on security and stability issues affecting Java is available at Oracle's Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.
Java is a programming language originally developed by Sun Microsystems (now Oracle).
To disable the Java plugin in your Mozilla browser, open the Add-ons Manager, find the Java plugin entry as described above and then, depending on the browser version, click the "Disable" or "Never Activate" button.
Applies to Windows or Mac OS X 10.7.3 and above Starting in Java 7, the Java Control Panel includes the Security option, "Enable Java content in the browser", which is selected by default.
On Windows, make sure you select the 32-bit JRE since Firefox and Sea Monkey official releases are 32-bit (e.g., select "Windows x86 Offline" for the offline installer linked from Oracle's Java SE Downloads page).