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From Patricia Shanahan <>
Subject Re: [QUESTION] Usability of Non-Optional Java Dependencies
Date Thu, 29 Oct 2015 19:13:49 GMT
In that case, the basic program should definitely be in Java, to avoid 
buffer overflows, undefined operations, and pointer arithmetic.

The Java security issues are associated with attempts to run untrusted 
code in various controlled environments. That includes applets, as well 
as well as dynamically loaded code in applications. My current attitude 
is that I don't want any code I don't trust running on a system I care 

On 10/29/2015 11:13 AM, Rory O'Farrell wrote:
> I am aware that there is an undercurrent among computer users against
> Java because of various security holes - whether real or generated by
> media paranoia.  My reaction would be that the basic (i.e.,
> unextended program) should be written in as secure a language as
> possible and extensions (which are an optional install) written as
> suits their author.

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