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Date: Sun Oct 16 09:34:46 2005
From: poof at (Poof)
Subject: annoying bug in Windows XP

Yes, this occurs since you're just using the 8+3 filesystem with long
filenames. If you'll notice:

File1.jav shows as just that. While shows as File1~1.jav
(It usually hides the non-LFN tree with default dir flags. I don't remember
how to get it to show it all at this time.)


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Frank
Sent: Sunday, October 16, 2005 1:25 AM
Subject: [Full-disclosure] annoying bug in Windows XP

Hi to all readers,

this day I found a annoying misbehavior in Windows XP professional
with SP2. 

I had a directory with some Java sources (*.java) and some backup
files (*.jav). Because I din't longer need the backup files I would
delete them with 'del *.jav'. But this command also delete all the
source files. #?%*. The last backup was 4 hours ago. :-/

So I tried what happen and the result is the command above checks
only the first three chars from the extension (DOS is alive).

Here is how you can reproduce it:

mkdir testbug
cd testbug
del *.jav

All three files are deleted. Is this a known bug or a unknown feature?

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