[Seaside] Re: Getting scriptaculous to work

Klaus D. Witzel klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Thu Aug 24 16:48:14 UTC 2006

Thank you Lukas this gives me (at least) some work to do ;-)

But don't worry about hackers and root-kits: the .image is protected by  
several vendors' [tm]s (you know, all these fetishes sticking on CD-ROMs  
and cardboard): it is running in a commercial virtual box. </grin>


P.S. wanna win the " longest Re: Re: Re: " competition with the config  
settings in your mailer?

On Thu, 24 Aug 2006 18:30:12 +0200, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com>  

>> this was (and is) not part of the exercise ! :)
>> I don't want to remove the toolbar, so how can the next crash be  
>> avoided?
> Remove the debugger-, browser- and style-editor from the halos. Remove
> the classes WADispatchEditor, WAExampleBrowser, WAScreenshot and
> WAVersionUploader from your image or at least the method #canBeRoot
> from these classes.
> This should makes it slightly harder to break, though you can also
> count on the fact that there are only few people that actually know
> and care how they could hack your image ;-) Still, take care:
> everybody is able to evaluate any Smalltalk code in your image and
> potentially do other nasty things on your machine, like deleting all
> files, changing the user password, uploading a root-kit, etc.
> Lukas

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