into an unprivileged child that handles incoming network connections and
a privileged parent that has access to a password database prevents
attacks on the V8 network layer where an attacker would otherwise be
able to get privileged access.
The only communication between the parent and the child occurs over an
IPC channel where the parent only accepts simple and strictly typed JSON
I'm trying to build a server and apply some privilege separation
techniques  comparable to how OpenSSH is doing this . But I'm a
bit insecure if these techniques really make sense in a garbage
only mitigates against flaws in V8, OpenSSL, libuv and any other bundled
C code, but not so much against flaws in the JS I write myself.
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