ollhak at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 20:55:13 UTC 2015
Sounds like a good plan, but the problem is that I can't do step # 3 -
/create a new AppDomain with low security permissions/.
Just to be sure the documentation is not old, I installed Ubuntu and ran the
example in the end of this article:
(slightly modified since the GetHostEvidence stuff isn't supported, and
tried creating a file instead). Worked fine on Windows (threw an exception),
but sandboxing was not done in Mono.
I also played a little with the --security setting, but no luck.
Perhaps it's possible to make Roslyn not accept bad code instead? I.e.
restrict which assemblies you use to a bare minimum, don't build unsafe
code, and so on. Not sure how safe it would be, but I'm giving it a try.
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