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RE: Windows Command Processor CMD.EXE Buffer Overflow
Oct 23 2006 03:05PM
Marvin Simkin (Marvin Simkin asu edu)
> just for clarifying if you executed the command properly -- "\\?\" is required after dir cmd.. and not one with the single slash "\?\". to reproduce the issue in winxp sp2,
Sorry, one of the backslashes got lost somehow in copy and paste. With two backslashes it works as advertised and I get the ...
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