[e-lang] Microsoft's laws of identity
john.carlson3 at sbcglobal.net
Sun Jul 24 23:26:29 EDT 2005
Don't get me wrong. I am a Java advocate. It's just that when I ran
across the OpenJava and Javassist (and I think JMangler), they
opened my eyes to how Java isn't such a secure language after all.
It's not the language's fault, it's Sun's implementation and delivery
of the language.
However, I am not sure that I want Sun to change their implementation
and delivery of the language. Perhaps they or someone like GNU should
look at additional strategies that prevent classloader problems.
Obviously this applies to other languages as well. It's just that Java
is promoted as a "secure" language, and other languages aren't that
Has Sun toned down the secure part of marketing of Java yet?
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