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    Dynamic Aspect-Oriented Programming

    Dynamic aspect-oriented programming, or dynamic AOP, using wrapper technologies, offers a way of allowing components to be individually customized and extended. Dynamic aspect-oriented programming is relatively straightforward in a trusted environment, where (with the exception of bugs) aspects can be assumed to be safe. In an untrusted public computing environment, new aspects cannot be assumed to come from a benign source. * [Source: Dynamic Aspect-Oriented Programming (PDF)]