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    SubjectRe: [x86] Access off the bottom of stack causes a segfault?
    > > Why exactly is accessing the stack below %esp always a bug?
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    > Any signal can overwrite any value stored below %esp. In kernel
    > any interrupt/exception can overwrite any value stored below %esp.
    > Your compiler is broken....

    Ah, ok. That makes sense. Thanks!

    -Chris

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