Quote: from Farimir on 3:56 pm on Sep. 9, 2003[br]Quote: from Jackmn on 1:46 am on Sep. 9, 2003[br]If you can't write something as small as a buffer overflow exploit without buggering up, you don't deserve a computer.Quote: from Kronus on 12:42 am on Sep. 9, 2003[br]Quote: from Rkiver on 11:23 pm on Sep. 8, 2003[br]Well, no offense intended btw, Kronus, I think what he is implying is that being able to edit someone elses code is no big deal, but being able to create the virus yourself, after finding the exploitable faults, is something you can boast about.
True, very true, but I don't do that I only edit/recreate programs so they wouldn't have any faults unlike Microsoft (who, may I add copycats a source code w/o changes and makes it your own) I only find faults and fixes them (and of course I keep a copy and use it for my own ideas)
P.S. This is a paradox script for those who are not well skilled.
(Edited by Kronus at 1:13 am on Sep. 9, 2003)
You seem to misunderstand what a script kiddie is. A script kiddie uses or modifies somebody elses exploit.
Now, who here would do something like that....?
Why would anyone want to create a buffer-overflow anyway? YOU, I think, are the script kiddie. Yes, I believe Kronus may be one too, but you're mis-understanding the whole point of the word "script kiddie". Script kiddies argue for no damned reason, and think they're "l337". I believe that you think you are l33t, and find it exhilerating to keep correcting* Kronus and putting him off. How about you both shut the hell up.
Just what for Christmas day, promise
you won't be disappointed.
Besides I'm a virus collector it's a hobby
(Edited by Kronus at 4:29 pm on Sep. 9, 2003)