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    SubjectRe: Stack Smashing and no-exec
    According to Kragen:
    > You say "poorly written". The trouble is, essentially all setuid
    > programs or as-root-running daemons are poorly-written enough to have
    > buffer-overflows in them. The only one I know about that hasn't had
    > them yet is qmail-lspawn.

    Perl 5.004? It's the first version I worked on; I think we got them
    all excised. OTOH, we had to reimplement sprintf() to do it.
    --
    Chip Salzenberg - a.k.a. - <chip@perlsupport.com>
    "Take it to the bridge, Sinbad! ... drop it in the water ..." //MST3K

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