Web Application Security - Buffer Overflows

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Buffer overflows occur when more data is written to memory than was allocated by the program. In other words, the programmer was responsible for properly managing memory and made a common error. It doesn’t take much of an overflow to impact a system. As little as one byte of data can cause a security incident. The scary thing is, buffer overflow vulnerabilities are one of the most popular targets of criminal hackers.
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Web Application Security - Buffer Overflows

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