michaelslists at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 17:38:31 PDT 2005
Well not with java ...? Any keylogger would catch what you type; or
any mouse-logger could catch what you click.
You could either attempt to remove/bypass keyloggers with a
lower-level language, or type in code.
On 7/13/05, Tyler Durden <camera_lumina at hotmail.com> wrote:
> How secure can I make a Java sandbox from the rest of the network I'm on?
> Can I make it so that my network administrator can't see what I'm typing? In
> other words, a secure environment that's sitting on an insecure machine.
> And of course, there's a short term 'solution' (which will work until they
> catch on) and then a long-term solution (which they can't very easily stop
> even when they know such a thing exists).
> Oh, and it helps to remember that a network admin AIN'T an engineer: If
> Microsoft or someone hasn't built an app for it, then they can't do anything
> about it.
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