These are just feature request, so please don’t chop my head off. Thank you.
Anyways, I would love to see,
A true Access Control Mechanism access modifiers such as public, protected, and private in Python to be used in Classes, Objects and Functions
As well as !!important that protects statements within code.
Why this feature or enhancement should be implemented and how it would be used.
It would allow developers to protect sections of their code from being manipulated from outside sources.
It would also prevent outside sources from injecting code within the environment , application or whatever the developer has created.
Rust is known for its secure measures it has, and its a new language in the industry.
Why can’t python secure itself this way as well?
Again for security reasons that would protect the code from all kinds of securities and vulnerabilities from
injections & other outside sources such as cyber crimes.
Also would be nice to be able to implement a modifier called - !!important
Which constantly checks that particular or statement and makes sure it is the last to execute all the time,
within that statement so it prevents from being injected or changed with malicious code from outside sources including api’s as its constantly checking against its original code. So injections can’t change it.
Many other coding languages in the industry have Access Control Mechanism for “security” purposes.
for example, Java, Rust, C#, C++, PHP, Typescript, and others. Rust has gain its notoriety because of its security.
It is there for a reason.
With the amount of cyber crimes happening across the world and businesses being dependent on python
for many aspects of their company. From software’s to network automation.
It is pretty obvious that python seriously needs to be more secured by implementing some security standards within its language
so developers can take important steps to secure company products from cyber criminals.
It would be another layer of security, instead of just depending on servers.
The application itself can also do protection within itself and prevent malicious changes.
I am actually shocked that python has yet to implement a true Access Control Mechanism access modifiers within the language for their Classes, Objects and Functions.
And saying that Python Foundation and Its Community has a “consenting adults” policy,
is surely not going to prevent cyber criminals from continuing to commit their crimes and
bringing down corporations / companies servers and websites.
I would really like to see a true Access Control Mechanism Access Modifiers implemented in python really soon.
until then, python will be like a 304 on 42nd street waiting to eventually be injected and infected, and crippling half the population infrastructure,
Anyways, thank you for your time and for reading.