[Seaside] out of box security on seaside 3.0...?

Lawson English lenglish5 at cox.net
Thu Apr 22 21:50:55 UTC 2010

Hey all, I am told that there are differences in default security 
between 2.8 and 3.0. A friend managed to crack 2.8 in many different 
ways by forcing things into the default debugger mode and then issuing 
1-line smalltalk commands in the debugger workspace pane.

I've been asked to do a demo of seaside 3 for Second LIfe and I was 
wondering what I need to do to make it secure enough to open a port on 
my home comp to random users to play with during a lecture?

For that matter, what kinds of things would you think a group of people 
might want to see demoed?

My use-case for seaside in SL is as a localhost server on a HUD, so that 
SL users can do everything that conceivable might be done from a webpage 
that is SL related (that's a lot of stuff from scripting to external 
inventory management to whatever).



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