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Re: [Full-Disclosure] Shoe 1.0 - Remote Lace Overflow
From: Nancy Kramer (nekramermindtheater.net)
Date: Sun Dec 26 2004 - 18:45:54 CST
The points on cowboy boots are also great for stepping on cockroaches in
corners thereby helping one maintain a bug free environment.
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At 06:49 PM 12/25/2004, Thomas Sutpen wrote:
>On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 11:20:45 -0500, announce0x90.org <announce0x90.org>
> > Vulnerable Sizes:
> > -----------------
> > 6 through 13. Other sizes may be vulnerable, but were unavailable for
>Cursory note: The guy with the size 13s must get all the chicks. You
>know what they say ....
> > Fix:
> > ----
> > Do not wear untrusted shoes sent to you. Other possible workarounds
> > sandals (aka. flip-flops). These are a good work-around and are widely
> > available for those concerned about their security.
>Merrell also makes a "Jungle Moc" that is a mitigating factor to this
>vulnerability. All shoes of similar "Moccasin" styles, as well as
>Cowboy Boots, also seem to be unaffected. Cowboy Boots with spurs
>seem to add an additional layer of security, as well as cool points.
>Review of their website seems to indicate that they're going to be
>discontinuing the line, though. So, with Boxing Day tommorrow, I'd
>recommend snapping up a few pairs as a cautionary posture against the
>possibility of future attacks.
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