* Mikhail Glushenkov:
> On 9 August 2016 at 01:32, David Terei <davidte...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I imagine in Java, that I can construct an invalid pointer in foreign
>> code, and then cause segfaults without the Java code having any
>> issues. Just guessing at this, so very interested to know how it's
>> prevented if I can't.
> Yes, this can be done with JNI, see e.g. . Additionally, by using
> sun.misc.Unsafe , one can cause segfaults even from pure Java.
You can also bring the JVM into an unstable state by triggering a
VirtualMachineError, basically an out-of-memory condition, a stack
overflow, or any other unrecoverable error.
You can also exhaust limited resources such as file descriptors pretty
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