Re: Script codes

From: Alan Dechert <dechert_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Thu Jan 05 2006 - 22:21:52 CST

Charlie,
>
> yes, okay I grant you that interpretation for the quoted section. But the
> prior sentence (quoted earlier but not in the section you are refering to)
> seems unequivocal:
>
> namely:
> ">> 4.2.2 Software Integrity
>>> Self-modifying, dynamically loaded, or interpreted code is
>>> prohibited, except under the
>>> security provisions outlined in section 6.4.e."
>
I don't think this is so clear. There is plenty of sloppy wording in the
"standards." This sentence may have been trying to say that
"self-modifying" code is prohibited. In other places, they talk about
interpreted code as if it's expected to be used.

Alan D.

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