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  • by Abigail (26) on 2005.12.14 6:27 (#45139) Journal
    Let's see. Webmin uses Sys::Syslog, whose syslog function, unlike its C-library cousin, passes its arguments to sprintf, a Perl function that contains an integer overflow bug. sprintf also happily accepts tainted data.

    Yet you claim the fault lies entirely at the side of webmin.

    I disagree. Sure, webmin has a fault, but the results of the fault wouldn't be as damaging as they are now because of the overflow bug in sprintf.