Like the inherent risk when you run any software?
I am sure all software can run user-specified bytecode on your system without additional permissions. That's exactly what happens when I play DOTA or CS:GO :eyeroll: not even close
Look, stop trying to make a case for it with "like thats gonna happen!" mentality, because it is the stupidest way to argue for your case when people can see through it (I could as well say that posting credit card info on a deserted forum is also unlikely to be abused, arguing the same way that you do, and everyone would understand that's dumb).
Instead, just say, the risks are there, and we know about it, so we just hope we won't get fucked over it based on our previous experiences. That's the only honest way to go about it, really. Everything else is trying to coerce people to think that something won't happen because reasons.
I didn't get ran over by a car, and it's a small chance I will be. So I will stop looking left and right as I pass the streets, because hey, the chances of getting ran over by a car are slim anyways, so if I up them a bit by not taking care to prevent it, it's still low, right?