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    Indeed, thank God I live in...

    Indeed, thank God I live in Britian.[sic]:rolleyes:

    Here are some more wacky patents from you crazy Americans:

    Reminder and Enforcer Apparatus <- Reminding kids to wear there braces - by...
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    Hi there Okay, here's how I got it to work. ...

    Hi there

    Okay, here's how I got it to work.

    First of all I tried installing an older version of gcc(3.3.5) to see if it "just worked". But no. I also tried looking at the options being passed...
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    I do beg your pardon, I may have been a bit quick...

    I do beg your pardon, I may have been a bit quick off the mark. There was no need to respond like that and I apologize - if not for causing offence, then certainly for bringing down the intelligence...
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    Do you care? I have no desire to learn, from...

    Do you care?

    I have no desire to learn, from you or anyone else here, how to break into peoples computers; Nor to understand exploits with a view to preventing them (as I never write code that...
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    Problem with simple return-to-libc exploit.

    Im experimenting with some basic exploits and need some help.

    Here is the standard issue code - exploit.c :

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <string.h>

    int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    {
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