Kernel buffer overflow exposes iPhone 11 Pro to radio based attacks
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Sat Dec 5 09:54:45 UTC 2020
On Thursday, 3 December 2020 at 10:36:45 UTC, Paulo Pinto wrote:
> On Thursday, 3 December 2020 at 10:12:35 UTC, Max Haughton
> The whole software stack is 100% written in TamaGo (bare metal
> Go for ARM SoCs), which obviously you didn't bother to read
> about on the product page.
> Hence why Go has unsafe package for breaking outside the
> safety features.
> Ironically, what I get from these kind of replies is that
> companies like F-Secure or PTC/Aicas/Astrobe (*bare metal*
> Java/Oberon) deliver, whereas here one keeps arguing how bad GC
> is and it is time to reboot the whole D language for an
> imaginary crowd to finally adopt it.
> In the end, maybe those languages are the ones being adopted.
"Don't put the Geeks in charge of management" 😁
BTW, that's pretty deep.
There are so many unexplored territories in D but we sometimes
keep ourselves hooked to the imaginary ones.
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