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Options include installation by a third-party software that got installed on the device, or by a system administrator who pushed the add-on to the user system.
The first attempt to uninstall Java Console in Firefox was to open the Java Control Panel applet (Control Panel Changing the setting from Hide Console to Do not start console did however have no effect on the two extensions that were installed in Firefox.
 The Java plugin can be disabled in your Mozilla browser using the same methods described above, except that you would click the "Disable" button in the A dd-ons manager or you would clear the "Enable Java" check box in options/preferences.
Note: Java SE 6 update 10 added a "Java Deployment Toolkit" plugin that gets installed along with the Java plugin.
The enable and disable buttons were active but the uninstall buttons grayed out so that the extensions could not be uninstalled the usual way.
This is usually an indicator that the add-on was not installed by the user but installed elsewhere.
Depending on the version of Java and your Mozilla browser, the Java plugin may be disabled in the Firefox or Sea Monkey Add-ons Manager or the Java plugin may require Click to Play (CTP) activation. 
That add-on gets apparently installed with a new installation or update of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on the computer system.
According to information on the Java site the Java Console "provides information about the Java version, user home directory, and any error message that occurs while running an applet or application".
Two different Java Console extensions were installed on our test system: Java Console 6.0.19 and Java Console 6.0.20 with the latter enabled and the former disabled.
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.
Information on security and stability issues affecting Java is available at Oracle's Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.