This is a great idea: take a document on the internet that might contain malware and convert it into a safe document

@InternetKevin It is indeed a great idea, but while the basic idea of decoding the document in a sandbox to a trivial and thus likely safe format is sound, a container is not a safe sandbox! And even ignoring the various container escapes that keep cropping up, requiring the user to install Docker and spawn containers in it off of Dockerhub opens them up to whole new classes of exploits. It's not clear that running this actually makes a user safer, especially from a targeted attack.

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