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There used to be a time when I would simply click on it, because a decent MVPS host file blocks most, and a lot of malware leaned on downloading files and have the user click on the "Run" dialog instead of Save. Fire up fiddler2, and go.
With the current state of webbrowsers, I'm not that confident. If you still interested in doing so, use the Lynx browser to navigate there.
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I thought sandboxing in 1909 would've been more like THIS[^]...
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Most of it is initialization of a large static nested array with over 500 entries.
But it compiles down to where the entire assembly is only 67k.
I know the CIL code is relatively compact, but still this surprised me since it's initializing arrays with const values you'd think all those values would bloat the assembly size. I was expecting over 100k for this binary, not under 70k with additional source involved. Neat!
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.