Name: dfR10049 Date: 11/21/2000
The JNLP spec states about Trusted Environment:
5.6 TRUSTED ENVIRONMENTS
This specification specifies two trusted environments, the all-permissions
environment and an environment that meets the security specifications of
the J2EE Application Client environment. Both of these environments provide
unrestricted access to the network and local disk. Thus, an application can
intentionally or unintentionally harm the local system.
An application must only be launched if it is trusted.
But if unrestricted evironment is required by an application and the application is
untrusted this application will be launched nevertheless. This behavior is incorrect.