• It's not a Feature, It's a Vulnerability

    It takes a special kind of person to name a company after their own body part. Fortunately the Microsoft Security Response Center doesn’t seem to have inherited that kind of mentality, because when I have reported not a bug but a feature as a vulnerability - they accepted it.

  • From Terminal Output to Arbitrary Remote Code Execution

    It was the year of the Linux desktop 1978. Old yellowed computers were not yet old, nor yellowed. Digital Equipment Corporation released the first popular terminal to support a standardized in-band encoding for control functions, the VT100.