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Erudite_Eric7-Nov-11 8:05
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Albert Holguin wrote:
I strongly disagree.


I 100% call your dosagreement wrong. Smile | :)

I have worked in the kernel for 14 years. If the code isnt 100%, it is crap. I never use stacj based buffer becuase they can be overrun leading to an imnpossible to debug stack trace. If you believe onie thing I say, it is this, All arrays go oin the heap where verifier can catch overruns for you.

Seriously, and my kernel code has been on 30% of global products, I know what I am talking about here.
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Nothing to say.

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