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Re^2: Serve local perl docs with HTTP::Daemon

by elwarren (Curate)
on Oct 11, 2004 at 21:29 UTC ( #398302=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to •Re: Serve local perl docs with HTTP::Daemon
in thread Serve local perl docs with HTTP::Daemon

I think you meant to quote this: I realize this is not secure, it is in no way meant to be... :-) On windows, something like this might be more interesting:
C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\ +username.pst or C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\SYSTEM
but I'd be more worried about things like windows default exporting your registry or the hidden C$ share...

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[1nickt]: Tux How is the danger ameliorated in, eg.g, MS Excel? Some sort of sandbox with rules?
[1nickt]: Tux is cbstream working for you?
[Tux]: I have no idea! Read this article
[choroba]: yes, if the formula contains just +, -, *, /, and digits, calculate it, otherwise fail, or something like that.
[choroba]: or detection of malicious strings like | cmd or what was the security issue about.
[choroba]: re slow PM, yesterday half of my clicks in RATS ended in request timeout.
[Tux]: 1nickt - yes, it works oké
[Tux]: choroba as many formula's have references to other cells, that would only be possible on constants. CSV_XS has no knowledge of the contents of the rest of the document
[Tux]: But it could be an option for Spreadsheet::Read (but I am not tempted to do that. patches welcome?)
[choroba]: makes sense

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