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From: William Neumann <wneumann@c...>
Subject: Re: Yet another OCaml Webserver?! (was: Re: [Caml-list] Yet another sudoku solver (838 bytes))
On Nov 19, 2005, at 9:05 AM, Oliver Bandel wrote:

> ... works well:
>
>    "CAN-2005-0490 - Buffer Overflows in cURL bei Kerberos und NTLM
>     Authentizizierung"

Fine.  So recompile it with something like this <http://www.acsa- 
admin.org/2004/abstracts/98.html>.  Buffer overflows are just one  
aspect of secure code, and there's no guarantee that a re- 
implementation of something like libcurl wouldn't be peppered with  
security flaws of a different color.

That's not to say it shouldn't be done.  And if it's a tool that you  
use a lot and that you think could be mode even better, then go for  
it, that's great.  Hell, I might even help out if the project  
interests me somehow.  But for now, if I need a one-off tool for  
doing something curl-esque, it's a much better use of my time to wrap  
an existing library.

William D. Neumann

"I eat T-bone steaks, I lift barbell plates, I'm sweeter than a
German chocolate cake. I'm the reflection of perfection, the number
one selection. I'm the man of the hour, the man with the power, too
sweet to be sour. The ladies' pet, the men's regret, where what you
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