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SubjectRe: ram device not initialised to zero in 2.4.8
On Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 11:53:43PM +0200, Peter T. Breuer merrily said:
> I don't see what harm it does, but the ram devices are full of
> interesting data if you read them after setting them up. Either
> this is a security hole waiting to happen, or somebody is being
> very inventive with the fill ...


Well. It would probably be the first possibility. I tried out what you
said, and it showed me the contents of a mail which I had just sent
out ...

- Sandip


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