Thursday, 18 October 2012

why java is more secure

Java's security model is focused on protecting users from programs downloaded from sources across a network. Java programs run in Java Runtime Environment. Java Programs can't take any action outside those boundaries. For example, Programms are prohibited from many activities, including: 

* Reading or writing to the local disk 
* Making a network connection to any host, except the host from which the applet came 
* Creating a new process 
* Loading a new dynamic library and directly calling a native method 

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