The next lesson of ECDL tests here is Monday, so I thoroughly expect Java to release the next update Monday morning, such that no matter how quickly I deploy an update they will still have 4 warnings pop up on each computer on the day. To be honest, I think "adding extra warnings in" is all Oracle are actually doing in these updates.
"Your Java is out of date, you should update it first!"
"You are attempting to use an out-of-date version of Java. Do you accept this risk?"
"This website wants to run Java. Are you sure you want to allow it?"
"This website contains code from publisher. Do you trust them?"