03-19-2010 10:07 AM
Jucheck always wants to update Java for me. but i thought java was part of Sun (something). i use to get update notices from Sun systems (or something like that), but now jucheck is often wanting to make updates. The info available by googling jucheck is mainly from companies who are trying to play on people's concerns so they can sell you some program. Should i allow Jucheck to update java?
03-19-2010 11:39 AM
jucheck.exe commonly pops up on systems with Norton installed. For whatever reason, Norton does not detect the Sunfire's license properly and as such pops it up as coming from an "Unknown Publisher."
Though I am an HP employee, I am not here as a representative for them. I am here of my own accord to help those requesting it.
Please demonstrate any appreciation for help with a kudos!
03-20-2010 11:35 AM
Just to confirm what the other poster is saying: There's no reason to mistrust Sun's updates. You allow Microsoft's updates, don't you? Guess whose updates could do the most damage?
Hope this helps.
09-03-2012 09:05 PM
Sun Microsystems, Inc. merged with a company called Oracle USA, Inc. If the company name on the update is Oracle America, Inc. then the update is safe because that is what the two companies merged to become.
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