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Integrating an exe into the browser


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Paradox924X

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How can I integrate an executable into the browser? When a person goes to a website, I want an exe to run and save to their temporary files and download all the needed files with it a temporary folder that deletes after they exit that webpage.
Is there a way to do this?

It's how runescape has it. Their java client loads in the browser and I want to know how to do that also.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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gerryf

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That would be an insane breach of security. No, it is not possible
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Thats Java script frist off.

And thats probably illegal in most of the country.

(Psst, your signing the java applet, so it does that.)
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