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In a related move, minimize the amount of functionality provided by your component. If it does several functions, consider breaking its implementation up into those smaller functions. That way, users who don't need some functions can disable just those portions. This is particularly important when a flaw is discovered - this way, users can disable just one component and still use the other parts.