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The CFPB stated in the notice that it will continue to accept and process requests under its Trial Disclosure Policy and that entities that have made submissions under the rescinded Policies will be notified if the CFPB intends to take additional steps on such submissions. The notice does not address the status of no-action letters or sandbox approvals previously issued under the Policies. Law360 has reported that it received a statement from a CFPB spokesperson indicating that the notice does not extinguish previously approved and currently active letters and approvals.
Bazel's file system sandbox runs processes in a working directory that onlycontains known inputs, such that compilers and other tools don't see sourcefiles they should not access, unless they know the absolute paths to them.
More specifically, Bazel constructs an execroot/ directory for each action,which acts as the action's work directory at execution time. execroot/contains all input files to the action and serves as the container for anygenerated outputs. Bazel then uses an operating-system-provided technique,containers on Linux and sandbox-exec on macOS, to constrain the action withinexecroot/.
You can choose which kind of sandboxing to use, if any, with thestrategy flags. Using the sandboxedstrategy makes Bazel pick one of the sandbox implementations listed below,preferring an OS-specific sandbox to the less hermetic generic one.Persistent workers run in a generic sandbox if you passthe --worker_sandboxing flag.
processwrapper-sandbox is a sandboxing strategy that does not require any"advanced" features - it should work on any POSIX system out of the box. Itbuilds a sandbox directory consisting of symlinks that point to the originalsource files, executes the action's command line with the working directory setto this directory instead of the execroot, then moves the known output artifactsout of the sandbox into the execroot and deletes the sandbox. This prevents theaction from accidentally using any input files that are not declared and fromlittering the execroot with unknown output files.
linux-sandbox goes one step further and builds on top of theprocesswrapper-sandbox. Similar to what Docker does under the hood, it usesLinux Namespaces (User, Mount, PID, Network and IPC namespaces) to isolate theaction from the host. That is, it makes the entire filesystem read-only exceptfor the sandbox directory, so the action cannot accidentally modify anything onthe host filesystem. This prevents situations like a buggy test accidentally rm-rf'ing your $HOME directory. Optionally, you can also prevent the action fromaccessing the network. linux-sandbox uses PID namespaces to prevent the actionfrom seeing any other processes and to reliably kill all processes (even daemonsspawned by the action) at the end.
Both the linux-sandbox and the darwin-sandbox do not work in a "nested"scenario due to restrictions in the mechanisms provided by the operatingsystems. Because Docker also uses Linux namespaces for its container magic, youcannot easily run linux-sandbox inside a Docker container, unless you usedocker run --privileged. On macOS, you cannot run sandbox-exec inside aprocess that's already being sandboxed. Thus, in these cases, Bazelautomatically falls back to using processwrapper-sandbox.
Sandboxing incurs extra setup and teardown cost. How big this cost isdepends on many factors, including the shape of the build and theperformance of the host OS. For Linux, sandboxed builds are rarely more thana few percent slower. Setting --reuse_sandbox_directories canmitigate the setup and teardown cost.
sandboxfs is a FUSE file system that exposes an arbitrary view of theunderlying file system without time penalties. Bazel uses sandboxfs togenerate execroot/ instantaneously for each action, avoiding the cost ofissuing thousands of system calls. Note that further I/O within execroot/ maybe slower due to FUSE overhead.
If you see local instead of darwin-sandbox or linux-sandbox as anannotation for the actions that are executed, this may mean that sandboxing isdisabled. Pass --genrule_strategy=sandboxed --spawn_strategy=sandboxed toenable it.
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Response actions are available on a file's detailed profile page. Once on this page, you can switch between the new and old page layouts by toggling new File page. The rest of this article describes the newer page layout.
You can also submit files for deep analysis, to run the file in a secure cloud sandbox. When the analysis is complete, you'll get a detailed report that provides information about the behavior of the file. You can submit files for deep analysis and read past reports by selecting the Deep analysis tab. It's located below the file information cards.
Selecting Download file from the response actions allows you to download a local, password-protected .zip archive containing your file. A flyout will appear where you can record a reason for downloading the file, and set a password.
To stop blocking a file, remove the indicator. You can do so via the Edit Indicator action on the file's profile page. This action will be visible in the same position as the Add Indicator action, before you added the indicator.
By right-clicking an action that generates output data and selecting Send to sandbox/module > New sandbox, you create a new sandbox populated with the data from the source action. Selecting New sandbox in new group creates a new group and inserts a new sandbox action populated with the data from the source action.
Data in sandboxes survives reloads - contents don't change on partial or full reloads - although it doesn't survive re-opening the project. When a project is opened all of its sandboxes start empty.
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