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In almost all situations, the user is not aware that mobile code is downloading and executing in their workstation.
Mobile code technologies can be used to support three different paradigms:
Mobile code also refers to code "used for rent", a way of making software packages more affordable. i.e. to use on demand. This is specially relevant to the mobile devices being developed which are cellular phones, PDAs, etc. all in one. Instead of installing software packages, they can be "leased" and paid for on a per-usage basis.
- Dr Lawrie Brown. "Mobile Code Security". Australian Defence Force Academy. Retrieved 23 April 2012.
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