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System.Shell.execute


rogerio
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i believe that's because it's explorer integrated, ie inherits the execution rights of the parent window.i doubt you would be able to do this in internet explorer however. it's basically pc hijacking if a webpage can shut down or hybernate a pc.nevermind browser hijacking! :)

Edited by Pierre 'Greywacke' du Toit
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Yes - JavaScript doesn't have an inherent security model and relies on implementing systems to have one. Browsers don't allow you to run programs arbitrarily for security reasons, therefore they do not expose (or even implement) the System object.

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