On Scope And Prototype Security

Juan Ignacio Dopazo dopazo.juan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 19 14:43:42 PDT 2013


2013/3/17 Andrea Giammarchi <andrea.giammarchi at gmail.com>

> There are many cases where changing runtime prototype, mutating, dropping,
> whatever, can be used and it would be cool to secure nobody can retrieve it
> outside the private scope.
>

So basically you want to give a third party an object which has a prototype
that you want to be able to mutate, but you want to prevent the other party
from mutating it? That sounds like a Proxy.

var Public = (function () {
  var Private = {
    foo: 'bar'
  };

  var proxy = new Proxy(Private, {
    set: function () {
      // do nothing
    }
  });

  return Object.create(proxy);
}());

console.log(Public.foo); // 'bar'
Object.getPrototypeOf(Public).foo = 123;
console.log(Public.foo); // 'bar'

Juan
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