Java and Memory Protections
Posted Nov 22, 2006 18:20 UTC (Wed) by jwb
In reply to: Java and Memory Protections
Parent article: Virtual Machines and Memory Protections
To me, the meat of the problem is that "safe" code (C#, Java) is allowed to call native libraries. It then becomes possible for the "safe" code to exploit flaws in those native libraries, which is obviously unsafe.
The nice thing about Java is you can easily forbid calling native code.
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