[Bf-committers] Blender 2.5 malicious scripting

Erwin Coumans erwin.coumans at gmail.com
Sat Feb 27 02:04:50 CET 2010

The issue is about automatic running startup scripts, on loading a .blend
I would like to turn off executing startup scripts, and want this off by

>> a warning poping up for every file would just be annoying
You could have the warning in the console.
(and make it so no scripts can overwrite this security option)

If you don't want those warnings/security,
you can turn off this option and run all startup scripts (and be exposed to

On 26 February 2010 16:13, Tyler Tricker <tntricker at gmail.com> wrote:

> Well thinking about it from a user perspective.. a warning poping up for
> every file would just be annoying, and if scripts could over write this
> option it wouldn't be that useful.
> <<'from conversations with python devs, the request of sandboxing
> <<gets the response "dont even think about it!"'
> I find that disappointing. It's not even the language that would need to
> change, just the ability to lock down the entire interpreter with policy
> kit
> would be useful.
> On an unrelated topic, I think this information should be put in to the
> wiki
> to prevent it from being a recurring topic.
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