Prelink and address space randomization
Posted Jul 22, 2006 15:35 UTC (Sat) by roelofs
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I hate replying to myself, but:
It's an overflow by two bytes, and those two bytes are "n" and "k" no matter how mangled you make the image.
Doh, it's a string: the two bytes are always "k" and a NULL, not "n" and "k". But the same line of argument holds.
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