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Re: How to write a secure C program..

SC> Just as an additional question:
SC> Are there any known buffer overflow problem in perl functions?

SC> Coz I am writing another program in perl which will, too, run as 
SC> root and listen to TCP socket with SSL.

AFAIK there is no known buffer overflow problem in perl functions. It
is a very good idea to use tainted mode for Perl programs which should
be run in dangerous environment. Check 'man perlsec' for more info.

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