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applet

A small software application, typically downloaded from a server.
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JamVM--an open source Java virtual machine, jamvm.sourceforge.net, 2014.
On the other hand, the highest probability of attack concerns just the signature software (not the underlying Java Virtual Machine and Operating System)--thus SSA attacks.
As we learned earlier, the Java Virtual Machine must live within a secure sandbox.
This proxy, when loaded into the Java virtual machine running on the requester, contains enough information that, if the code needed for the proxy is not present at the site of the requester, it can be downloaded over the network.
That JSR should provide a standardized set of tools that correlate Java Virtual Machine (JVM) bite code to source code of non-Java languages.
This is because in Java, the platform you target is a Java Virtual Machine, or JVM for short.
The Java-based program runs on any JVM (Java Virtual Machine) compliant platform, including Windows and Unix.
CardSoft's software platform includes a Java virtual machine that uses the ISO-standard JEFF format for compiled Java programs defined by the J-Consortium.
TurboLinux, the high-performance Linux company, San Francisco, Calif., has licensed IBM's Developer Kit for Linux, Java Technology Edition, that includes a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) which gives customers the ability to enhance database performance, simplify application installation, and minimize the resources needed to maintain their databases.
The code is platform-independent, necessary for applications to distribute their management services across a network of storage devices enabled with a Java Virtual Machine. There is no need for developers to port their management tools to multiple operating systems or to include additional code to recognize and inter-operate with specific devices because the components are universal.
Since Peanut MakeBook is a Java program, users must have the appropriate Java Virtual Machine (JVM) installed on their machine.
Designed to run on any computer with a Java virtual machine, HOBLink J-term is one of the world's first emulation products completely written in Java, and the only software to allow the printing of IBM host data from the Java applet via the World Wide Web.
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