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Thread: Re: .Net runtime security within a browser

  1. #1
    Carl Nettelblad Guest

    Re: .Net runtime security within a browser


    "Nix" mappinathotmaildotcom wrote:
    >
    >I have looked at the available info on msdn et al and Im quite excited about
    >the ability to run c# programs/applets from within a browser, (specifically
    >the Winforms technologies).
    >The problem is that is looks as though MS is planning to support ActiveX
    >from CSharp through the runtime. If this is the case I wonder how the browser
    >will deal with security the security issues this presents. Any suggesstions?
    >
    >
    >Nix
    >


    I've no idea, but maybe just like ActiveX is possible to access from HTML,
    i.e. those marked safe for scripting and all that stuff.

    /Carl


  2. #2
    Govind_kanshi Guest

    Re: .Net runtime security within a browser


    In the docs have a look at

    mk:@MSITStore:\Program%20Files\NGWSSDK\Docs\cpappendix.chm::/html/_cor_cod
    e_download_using_ie5.htm

    It tells about how appdomains are used to download the assemblies. Right
    now
    the question would be what about the support for other browsers (well other
    browsers may be running on other platform, where this runtime is anyway not
    present). Just a cuation it is different from activeX control download !

    Just in case -- IE5 was modified to support the bind contexts availalable
    to
    mime filters !
    Most probably it will be the cab files that will be final thing that is
    supported

    regards
    Govind


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