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Re: Does your software?

> On Tue, 24 Oct 1995, Dr. Frederick B. Cohen wrote:
> > Actually, not true.  The global fixed-length buffers, shared variables,
> > and lack of prototypes provide protection against allocation problems
> > which sould result in denial of service, corruptions at near-capacity
> > load, and other similar security problems.
> Please explain how a lack of prototypes (and shared variables for that 
> matter) provide protection against the problems you describe.

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