The way it works is to assume that the user doesn't want to give any resource to a program that they are about to run, unless it is explicitly stated at run time.
This allows the user to decide what he's willing to risk, and makes it far more transparent as to what the possible implications of a given action are.
Nobody really thought in terms of airplanes as bombs before 9/11.... and then it changed.
Only two remote holes in the default install, in a heck of a long time!
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