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An interesting proposal, but: If you install MathReader on a system
that already has Mathematica, what will that do to the association of
.nb files with programs?
Andrzej Kozlowski wrote:
> Presumably it should be safe to open in in MathReader and see what it
> really contains.
> On 6 Feb 2005, at 05:45, DrBob wrote:
>>The text version of a notebook is nearly unreadable in general,
>>however -- if it includes exponents, Greek symbols, fractions, !=
>>symbols, et cetera. There'd be no way to look at it in a text editor
>>(I think) and determine whether it had malicious content.
>>On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 03:15:19 -0500 (EST), Murray Eisenberg
>><murray at math.umass.edu> wrote:
>>>A Mathematica notebook is just a text file, after all. So a good
>>>precaution would be to open such a downloaded notebook in a text
>>>e.g., Notepad on Windows, before ever attempting to open the notebook
>>>David Bailey wrote:
>>>>This looks interesting, but how will you avoid the possibility that
>>>>someone will upload a malicious notebook? I suppose it is a case of
>>>>the downloader beware?
>>DrBob at bigfoot.com
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