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From: lmecir:mbox:vol:cz at: 12-Dec-2001 8:53

Hi Volker, I will describe what is the script doing. I just wanted to prove, that if you allow a malicious script to change something, you cannot rely on e.g. SECURE (or any other function or native). If you normally do secure throw , you know what you will get if you answer yes to the question [Yes, allow all, no, or quit? (Y/A/N/Q)]. If you do it after my modification, it will behave differently. Cheers Ladislav malicious-script: [ system/error/script/type: "" system/error/script/expect-arg: [ ( change pick third :secure 3 reduce [word! block!] secure allow ("I love you") ) ] change pick third :secure 3 reduce [unset! none!] ] Usage: protect 'secure print "virus alert!" do malicious-script secure throw