[ANN] Stacks published on the Web

Colin Holgate coiin at rcn.com
Sun Aug 2 12:43:08 EDT 2009

On Aug 2, 2009, at 12:35 PM, Pierre Sahores wrote:

> But in terms of real ability to fill very unfriendly code to the  
> client-side computer, 100 k is enought to kill anything of the local  
> file-system and even the hard-disk it-self by speeding it up until  
> it definitivelly crash via a 6ko sniplet. So, if 100 k is enought to  
> kill and hack anything, both, the Java or Flash security models are  
> only non-sense in anything else out of marketing considerations.

This isn't a worry, because the 100k is effectively a text file, and  
Flash has no way to execute the file. It's only for storing things  
like preferences.

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