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When Two Languages Are Simpler Than One Lessons for SES from Cajita, Original-Caja, and Valija Mark S. Miller Simultaneous Problems D = Defensive code problem O = Offensive code problem T = Legacy tools problem C = Legacy code problem Simultaneous Solution?

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when two languages are simpler than one

When Two Languages Are Simpler Than One

Lessons for SES from Cajita, Original-Caja, and Valija

Mark S. Miller

simultaneous problems
Simultaneous Problems

D = Defensive code problemO = Offensive code problemT = Legacy tools problemC = Legacy code problem

simultaneous solution
Simultaneous Solution?

D = Defensive code problemO = Offensive code problemT = Legacy tools problemC = Legacy code problem

don t try this at home or at all
Don’t try this at home (or at all)

D = Defensive code problemO = Offensive code problemT = Legacy tools problemC = Legacy code problem

separate solutions
Separate Solutions

D = Defensive code problemO = Offensive code problemT = Legacy tools problemC = Legacy code problem

layered solutions
Layered Solutions

D = Defensive code problemO = Offensive code problemT = Legacy tools problemC = Legacy code problemV = Virtualizability problem

lessons for ses
Lessons for SES

D = Defensive code problemO = Offensive code problemT = Legacy tools problemC = Legacy code problemV = Virtualizability problem

proposed ses goals
Proposed SES Goals
  • SES is smallest secure subset of ~Harmony-strict without loss of functionality.
  • SES is a good target for a multiply instantiable embedding of ~Harmony-strict.