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    well i may be average, but at least I'm not mean.

    (math pun ftw)

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    Yes, I caught the math reference.
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  3. #13
    Interesting. I haven't heard of it either...Looks like it's time to change that.

    So would such a vulnerability matter if the machine in question is properly firewalled? I suppose the vulnerability would take advantage of said firewall trusting in/out traffic managed by the player?

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    I am going to show this to a friend of mine because he watches a lot of anime and he could vbe affected. But Yes VLC is a great player and does just about anything.

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