Monthly Archives: November 2019

gnu ld is a shit linker

So today I was trying to build a module where a few functions were placed at fixed addresses, well it turns out there is absolutely no way to do such a thing with ld. Sure you can place a section … Continue reading

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A simple solution to integer overflow in c/c++.

In c/c++ there is a major issue which is responsible for a significant proportion of all software security and stability problems. The bullshit integer model: for each operator of an expression its operands are first promoted to integer and then … Continue reading

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