More security holes for Java and Flash...

I know that I'm starting to sound like a broken record, but there are new security risks for Java and Flash, and yes, your Mac is vulnerable.
Apple has taken notice and responded in an aggressive way. This week Apple has once again blocked all versions of Java up to and including 1.6.41 and 1.7.15. They have also blocked all older versions of Adobe's Flash player from Safari.
Some people have complained about the aggressive stance that Apple has taken toward Flash and Java, but in my opinion, doing this is much better than allowing users to learn the hard way that their software needs to be patched and allowing them to get infected with a virus. After all, there is a reason that so many users fled from Windows.
You can read more about the Java vulnerability here.
You can read more about Apple's decision to block Flash here.
Now go update your software...