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Re: Taint mode limitationsby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Nov 02, 2012 at 17:11 UTC||Need Help??|
when I first started reading about taint mode, I expected that it would identify every single instance of tainted variable and force me to look at it explicitly.
It does! What it cannot do -- which you seem to be expecting -- is decide whether you looked closely enough.
Think of it like front desk security issuing outsiders with a visitor's pass. If then you chose to leave them alone in the vault for a while, that is down to you.
So perl give you the tools; if you choose to use them incorrectly, that is down to you.
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