matthias.andree at gmx.de
Tue Jan 28 19:42:13 EST 2003
David Relson <relson at osagesoftware.com> writes:
> It's certainly possible that my quick fix may not be the final solution
> for this problem. It does keep the string functions from rampaging
> through memory beyond the buffer. Bogofilter's low level input routine
> allows NULs. In fact it was implemented with that purpose in mind.
We should kill any str* functions for processing mail content.
> I'll have to try the experiment -- insert a NUL into some html and see
> if the new code does well or poorly.
Hum. The NUL character is not special, and trying it out won't prove the
code is correct. We can't do in-band signaling of "end of string"
conditions, because all our 256 symbols of unsigned char are available
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