[linux-elitists] sarge

Jim Thompson jim@netgate.com
Sat Nov 29 18:27:40 PST 2003


Greg Folkert writes:
> On Sat, 2003-11-29 at 20:35, Jim Thompson wrote:
> > Modus Operandi writes:
> > 
> > >   The robotfindskitten database has a buffer overflow in the code that
> > >   handles finding kittens (the find_kitten() function). When the robot
> > >   finds the kitten, the buffer overflow will occur and arbitrary code
> > >   may be executed by a remote kitten with the permissions of the robot.
> > 
> > Perhaps its just me, but the paragraph above is vaguely sexual.
> 
> Uh oh... I am just glad that didn't include sheep.
> 
> Perhaps Jim, you need to get laid.

Perhaps.  is the kitten named "Paris Hilton" by any chance?

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