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Even without #[forbid(unsafe_code)], the Rust compiler and LLVM aren't meant to be hardened security boundaries and they aren't. (Sorry. I don't know how to look up and link to the equivalent tag on LLVM's bug tracker.)
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In short, if you want a security boundary, use a sandbox designed for it, such as embedding a WebAssembly runtime like Wasmer to run your sensitive code or running your binary in a sandbox like Firejail or those provided by systemd, Flatpak, etc.
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