[e-lang] A broken brand?

Bill Frantz frantz at pwpconsult.com
Thu Mar 13 18:15:15 EDT 2008


raould at gmail.com (Raoul Duke) on Thursday, March 13, 2008 wrote:

>>  The problem here is that we have two situations that we cannot really
>>  distinguish. One of them is considered valid (holding the unsealer and a
>
>is reflection generally considered fair game? e.g. the box could test
>if there are extra stacks in the call hierarchy?

Well, reflection doesn't really work between mutually untrusted
machines on a network.

Perhaps we will be backed into the corner of having the box logic
trust the proxies produced by certain subsystems, and behave
differently when encountering one of those proxies...

Cheers - Bill

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