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WebAssembly modules, memories, and table imports series

A robot wearing a WebAssembly T-shirt standing between an instruction manual of compiled code and a box of imports

In the early days, there was a lot of FUD about the memory access that WebAssembly provided. People thought that it was direct access to the memory for the process the browser was running in.

I wrote this series to help people understand the security considerations that were part of WebAssembly's design.