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SubjectRe: Unexecutable Stack / Buffer Overflow Exploits...
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> > I disagree. The patch actually makes creating this type of attack much
> > harder, and in some cases impossible.
>
> "Much harder" how? Instead of returning to some doctored code on the stack,
> you just return to the start of system(3) or some such. Sure, different

Tricky. The code maps libraries at 0x00[something] by choice which makes
the construct very tricky.


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