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<joe[m]4> Perhaps I should do some more reading about spectrum before bundling in here with questions :)
<joe[m]4> nevertheless: I kind of imagined it as something like: I run vim (or vscode) and things are set up so that the only files vim can access are: the current directory, perhaps ~/.config/vim and of course the requisite store paths
<joe[m]4> i.e. every application has fine grained access controls like that
<joe[m]4> instead of at the moment where every application can access any file my user can
<joe[m]4> * Does spectrum protect against exploits such as this: https://github.com/lucky/bad_actor_poc
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