Comment: You make sense. Not that many other options anyway, to date(?)

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You make sense. Not that many other options anyway, to date(?)

You make sense.

Yes, I don't see many other options, to date, than sandboxing to broader or lesser extents, yes, preferably at the most relevant moments. Indeed, it's not like much time has been spent, there, compared to everything else around code (all proportions kept).

Although I'm not even a specialist in security, only trying to keep up...

Anyway, the ugly truth as you know about software security (or, as I like to call it, "s/w responsibility") being that it's been for so long, "most of the time" the poor, neglected child of design and implementation, way lower down on the priority list after the feature specs crave, UI sexiness, etc.

I think we are still only evolving for better slowly, there.

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