skoehler wrote:Well, I guess those online compilers don't have the leJOS linker on their servers. And then there might be issues with settings the boot classpath. I haven't tried though.
You need a computer to run the leJOS linker, even if you were able to generate the *.class files. Hence you need a JVM.
skoehler wrote:I have to say, that you're pretty paranoid. Maybe, you should set up a virtual machine to play with leJOS?
moosooboo wrote:The problem with Java IMHO is that all the known security problems have been related to the browser plugin, but reading what security reports there are from researchers about the current Java issues, they recommend the removal or avoidance of all Java (on the desktop) if it is not needed.
moosooboo wrote:Department of Homeland Security recommends
https://www.us-cert.gov/cas/techalerts/TA13-051A.html - Some vulnerabilities affect stand-alone Java applications, depending on how the Java application functions and how it processes untrusted data.
By convincing a user to load a malicious Java applet or Java Network Launching Protocol (JNLP) file, an attacker could execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system with the privileges of the Java plug-in process.
Stand-alone java applications may also be affected.
moosooboo wrote:Do all apps on OS X 10.8 and Ubuntu (via App Armor) not run in a sandbox?
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