[Scribus] Windows booklet printing

Asif Lodhi asif.lodhi
Sun Nov 5 13:45:04 CET 2006

On 11/3/06, Jean Ghali <jghali at libertysurf.fr> wrote:
> Windows has one : it is called Windows Scripting host and use a language
> similar to Visual Basic

Yes - VBScript. But other scripting languages too - such as JScript
(an ECMA compliant variant of JavaScript).  It's scripting-engine

However, one has to make sure that the WSH is not running (it should
be disabled!) when you're using the same system for Internet browsing
as many WSH related vulnerabilities have been discovered in the past.
So, it's good for standalone disconnected systems or the ones on the
local lan which is disconnected with the Internet.  Other security
precautions hold equally true - like disabling the
auto-insertion-detection feature of cdrom and USB drives - if these
features are not disabled then even if your system is disconnected
from the Internet, your system and the network it's connected to get
infected if that USB device or cd has a virus/trojan.


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