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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I don't know how they can talk about security when the MSDN advertise an example for memmove_s that tries to write into a string literal, which is undefined behaviour in regard to the C standard.
  • Needs more Hitchhiker references.
  • Screw that, I'm going straight to five blades! Just when I thought people couldn't do anything more clueless in the name of "security," I see this. Next move:

    void *
    SafeMemCpy(void *dst, int dst_len, void *src, int src_len, char *memcpy_password, int memcpy_password_len, int int_size, int ptr_size, __boolean__ yes_please_really_do_it)