Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities, a Challenge for Everyone

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In May 1998, Panda Software published a press release in which I made my first public statement.

This press release concerned a buffer overflow vulnerability detected in Microsoft Outlook, which caused considerable commotion at the time, as it was claimed that the bug would facilitate the creation of highly dangerous and rapidly spreading viruses. The comment I made at the time was to the ...

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