Kernel buffer overflow exposes iPhone 11 Pro to radio based attacks

Walter Bright newshound2 at
Fri Dec 4 10:24:02 UTC 2020

On 12/4/2020 12:41 AM, user1234 wrote:
> Yes *but*. There's still strange code in DMD. For example in dmd.root.aav or 
> dmd.doc there strange lazy initializations with double pointers ( ** ;) )to 
> structures.

Oh, I'm not going to argue that the code is a paragon of virtue. Just that it 
didn't have pointer bugs in it.

(aav.d was optimized for speed, not clarity.)

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