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Kernel prog shows how to exploit NULL pointers

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 4 years ago

Linux 0

An anonymous reader writes "Ever wondered what was so bad about NULL pointer exceptions? An MIT Linux kernel programmer explains how to turn any NULL pointer into a root exploit on Linux. (There was also a previous installment about virtual memory and how to make NULL pointers benign.)"
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