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The difference is that Docker has centered their momentum on the transclusion of untrusted/unverified images. It's true that executing random untrusted code has been a major problem since people got internet connections (although most HN denizens like to fancy themselves as too smart for that, so this story is undoubtedly uncomfortable for them), but when Docker makes it a core part of the value proposition, it's worth calling out.



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