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Request security manager on specific object?

Jeramie Hicks
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Joined: Sep 01, 2011
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I'm writing a Java application that would allow for third-party modules to extend it. I'd like to enforce a requirement that the third-party modules are not able to access the local disk or network - they're only able to call methods from my main application API. Is that possible?

Note my main application needs to access the local disk and network, just not the extension modules. I don't want somebody sneaking in something they shouldn't in an extension module.
 
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