One that would satisfy the expectations of the consumer user.
Unpatched Java installations may have helped spread the malware responsible for the recently uncovered "Red October" cyber-spying campaign, researchers at Seculert have revealed. Kaspersky Labs first disclosed the existence of Red October on Monday, claiming that the program had been responsible for attacks on systems in …
> the problem is people running untrusted code in a trusted environment,
That's the point - the java plugin is meant to be sandboxed - it's due to bugs that programs escape the sandbox,
Similarly, all the others are meant to be restricted in what they can do, or again, sandboxed from the main system
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