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In college they teach you how to abuse exploits?
Applets don't exploit anything. People do.
I understand that an applet doesn't have a mind of its own and isn't going to decide "hmm, I think I'm going to go rogue all the sudden."
I guess, is there some sort of issue with an applet, especially a malicious one, being stored in cache? Could there be other things stored there as well that it would be able to gain access to that it normally wouldn't?
Also, they aren't teaching us how to, they are just informing us that these things do exist, and how to avoid them.
Edited by: Regina George on Nov 8, 2012 2:12 AM