> Ok MIDP 2.0 will still run things in a sandbox if they are"untrusted".
> Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is utilized by MIDP 2.0 to provide secure
> connections and digital signatures for "trusted" MIDP application packages
> (also known as MIDlets).
This is probably an abuse of the term "sandbox", all
byte-code is executed in a sandbox. It would probably be
clear to say that a MIDP 2.0 midlet that is trusted runs
with a less prohibitive security policy. Which is exactly
what you describe :-)
Received on Wed May 14 05:18:25 2003