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IObjectSafety Interface

Provides methods to get and set safety options.

IObjectSafety Members

GetInterfaceSafetyOptions Gets the safety options supported by an object and the safety options that are currently set for that object.
SetInterfaceSafetyOptions Returns whether an object is safe for initialization or scripting, as specified.

Remarks

The IObjectSafety interface should be implemented by objects that have interfaces which support "untrusted" clients, such as scripts. It allows the owner of the object to specify which interfaces must be protected from "untrusted" use.

Examples of interfaces that might be protected in this way are: IID_IDispatch (safe for automating with untrusted automation client or script), IID_IPersist (safe for initializing with untrusted data), and IID_IActiveScript (safe for running untrusted scripts).

Interface Information

Stock Implementation None
Custom Implementation Yes
Inherits from IUnknown
Header and IDL files Objsafe.h, Objsafe.idl
Minimum availability Internet Explorer 4.0
Minimum operating systems Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0
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