[Bf-committers] Do drivers have to be blocked as python scripts?
ideasman42 at gmail.com
Sun May 25 09:34:28 CEST 2014
On Sat, May 24, 2014 at 7:21 AM, Chad Fraleigh <chadf at triularity.org> wrote:
> Just wondering.. has anyone out there wrote a python interpreter *in*
> python that has security/sandbox functionality/hooks? Then it could offer
> the option (as another user selectable security level) of "secure but
> slow", which might be adequate for simple or non-intensively called
> scripts. Since it would be a python script itself, it would/should be
> portable across the underlying implementation.
> Depending on the features of such a hypothetical library/module, if the
> parsed expression tree can be checked and determined to be simple (i.e. no
> field assignments, no arbitrary function calls, etc..) and known safe, it
> could be then be directly eval'd by the real python and not just emulated.
> Essentially a variation of one of the ideas previously mentioned in this
Someone has done just this:
Which also provides a sand-boxed execution environment to prevent
scripts doing things you may want to prevent:
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