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From: mal content (artifact.onegooglemail.com)
Date: Wed Nov 08 2006 - 06:41:52 CST
On 08/11/06, mal content <artifact.onegooglemail.com> wrote:
> This is mostly hypothetical, just because I want to see how knowledgeable
> people would go about achieving it:
> I want to sandbox Mozilla Firefox. For the sake of example, I'm running it
> under my own user account. The idea is that it should be allowed to
> connect to the X server, it should be allowed to write to ~/.mozilla and
> I expect some configurations would want access to audio devices in
> /dev, but for simplicity, that's ignored here.
> All other filesystem access is denied.
I forgot to add: Use of TrustedBSD extensions is, of course, allowed.
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