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Postings from May 2001
From: Garrett Goebel
May 3, 2001 14:40
Message ID: 71BEC0D4E1DED3118F7A009027B120287032D8@EXCH_MISSION
From: Dan Sugalski [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> At 05:22 PM 5/3/2001 -0400, John Porter wrote:
> >David L. Nicol wrote:
> > > is sandboxing something a language should support
> > > at all, or is it best left to the OS to provide
> > > a solid chroot facility?
> >IMHO this is one of those things that should be kept firmly
> >in the front of our minds as we design the engine.
> >It is yet another area in which we could do right what java
> >got half-right.
> The biggest problem I have with sandboxing is that to do it right is
> apparently difficult, judging by the number of people that
> get it wrong. We need to rope in a security expert, I think, for
> the design.
A Language-Based Approach to Security:
ResearchIndex is a fun site to explore:
Java influenced papers: