i want to write a linux script and execute that script in a java code. which is bestpractice to do it.
and my puropse for doing is i need to write on a file then i need to compare to another file and take the difference.
Are you worried about someone altering the script? I assume it's as well protected as the Java code, so it's as vulnerable to attack as that. What attack scenario, specifically, are you trying to guard against?
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I'm worring for OS Command Injection, that will happen to my code.
thanks for your question to describe me much better.
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Sorry, not following. What would the attacker do, exactly? TellTheDetails
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Remember, your job when asking a question is to make it as easy as possible for someone to help you. Posing a link, saying "here, go read this", and expecting someone to then read a (rather lengthy) article, and THEN come back and make a guess as to what exactly your question is...doesn't really make it all that easy.
So, can you explain here, in your own words, what problem you are trying to avoid?
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