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Learning would be reading all the publicly printed material on this attack and then using it to generate an attack key set on your own. That is what most clever people would do when someone told them "yes this is possible".

But you seem to be so stuck on your belief it can't exist that you haven't even tried. That isn't learning, nor is it challenging, it is just sad.


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Re^9: Patch an old Perl version
by BrowserUk (Patriarch) on Nov 15, 2013 at 14:55 UTC
    But you seem to be so stuck on your belief

    My belief is that you are 'the programmer that cried wolf'.

    And the only reason for you to not divulge the details of this "exploit" after all these months, is because you are scared to get found out to have wasted so many peoples time over something so trivial.

    That's what I believe. And you have yet to prove me wrong!

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