Monthly Archives: March 2006

IE6 vulnerabilty patch

If you are one of unfortunate users still forced to use the Internet Explorer, consider installing this temporary patch from Determina: Just do not forget to reboot your computer after applying the patch, the installer seems not to insist … Continue reading

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Coverage analyzer

Sometimes we want to perform the coverage analysis of the input file: to find areas of the program not exercised by a set of test cases. These test cases may come from a test suit or you could be trying … Continue reading

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On uninitialized variables

Quite busy week, sorry for being silent. I wanted to talk about an annoyance I discovered with all my C/C++ compilers. Here is quite interesting presentation from Halvar Flake: Attacks on uninitialized local variables After reading it I wanted to … Continue reading

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