Replacement for rexec/Bastion?
tismer at tismer.com
Thu Aug 28 02:25:47 CEST 2003
Colin Coghill (SFive) wrote:
> Is Python (preferably CPython 2.3) still able to "sandbox" bits of code
> under an application provided API safely?
> Even Jython or Stackless would be ok, I suppose.
I really love to see Stackless mentioned, but I don't
see how this is related?
Stackless, due to its ability to pickle and transfer
executable code, is much more "dangerous" than regular
Python, if used in the correct "wrong" mode.
ciao - chris
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