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From: mhelas at helas.net (Martin Helas)
Subject: Pepsi Bottlecap Liner Labeling Information Leak Vulnerability

Andrew Simmons wrote:
> 
> Andrew Aris wrote:
> 
> >And on that theme - I suppose we should be grateful that it's an 
> >information
> >leak rather than the other possibility, which would no doubt result in a
> >steady loss and or corruption of content (which would also be a sticky
> >matter no doubt).
> >
> 
> indeed - an overflow attack would have the potential for a serious denial 
> of service from, eg, keyboards, mice etc...

Whats about a shopping cart? Is that an prohibbited tool to bypass the
copy protection, as you can lay bottle in there?
That whould be definitifly against DMCA, isn't it?


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