Subject: [OT] Re: Stackghost in OpenBSD: buffer overflow protection
To: Darren Reed <email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
Date: 09/22/2001 21:37:04
In article <200109210615.f8L6Fhn5020949@cairo.anu.edu.au> you wrote:
> At Usenix security symposium, one of the OpenBSD hacks (without a sense of
> humour, I might add) presented a paper on buffer overflow protection by
> hijacking register window changes. The home page for the work done on this
> can be found at:
Solaris has some switches to make the stack segment non-executable.
I wonder if that's possible on some/all of NetBSD archs?
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