Tuesday, November 07, 2006

This sounds kind of familiar.

This sounds like something someone we know would try.

Off we set on our merry way, and within only an hour we had managed to
concoct the dozen or so lines of assembler to create /etc. The stripped
binary was only 76 bytes long, so we converted it to hex (slightly more
readable than the output of uuencode), and typed it in using my editor. If
any of you ever have the same problem, here's the hex for future

Someone is talking about how they dealt with a "rm -rf /".

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