Linked by Dareka on Fri 19th Apr 2013 10:40 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives "Starting with hrev45522, address space layout randomization (ASLR) and data execution prevention (DEP) are available in Haiku. These two features, which have actually become a standard in any modern OS, make it much harder to exploit any vulnerability that may be present in an application running on Haiku, thus generally improving system security."
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RE[2]: Security fail
by peteo on Mon 22nd Apr 2013 18:23 UTC in reply to "RE: Security fail"
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"I was (un)fortunate enough to get intimate knowledge about the Haiku source code after fixing the PCNet driver, and doing a few rounds of code review.

Are there any bug reports for your claims? Have you ever provided a patch?

Yes, a lot of my patches were accepted, thank you very much.

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RE[3]: Security fail
by bebop on Mon 22nd Apr 2013 20:25 in reply to "RE[2]: Security fail"
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You do realize that you are talking to two of the core dev's don't you? They have both been on the project from very early on, and I know for a fact that they both track the commit log and dev list closely.

I have also been watching the project for some time and have no idea who you are.

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RE[4]: Security fail
by TempleOS on Mon 22nd Apr 2013 20:48 in reply to "RE[3]: Security fail"
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ROFLMAO Quit-it. You're messing-up my delusions. Nobody is allowed to talk about anyone but me. LOL

I did TempleOS.

Nothing to do with Haiku.

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