gnix

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  • gnix replied to the topic Shift Cipher in C in the forum Programming 12 years, 1 month ago

    Be careful when you use the scanf function to read a string and you don’t specify the length of a string. Often, a format with %s is vulnerable to a buffer overflow attack.

    gnix

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