Under NT, it just throws an exception. Probably is exploitable if you
dinked with it enough. Instruction well in the executable's range
references memory at 0x1.
>MS-DOS gzip screws-up totally.
Considering that MS-DOS is relatively screwed up to begin with, and has few
to no redeeming qualities, I don't find this surprising.
Sigh - millions of buffer overruns everywhere, and not enough time to
exploit them all.
David LeBlanc |Why would you want to have your desktop user,
email@example.com |your mere mortals, messing around with a 32-bit
|minicomputer-class computing environment?