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    Hi Folks,

    I'm developing a client/server solution which uses the fantastic cajo framework.

    Confidental information will be passed from the server to the client and I was just wondering if any of this confidental information would be stored on the client's hard disk anywhere?

    If so, how can i prevent this?

    FYI, it's mainly HashMaps which are being transferred from server to client.

    Thanks

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    uh, have the client accessed through a remote desktop such as VNC to a workstation that is under your control :)

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    Thanks for your post however this isn't really readable. So java does make cache objects then? It doesn't just load stuff into RAM?

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