Grzegorz Wierzowiecki

Warsaw, Poland

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comment javascript library/framework for html5 mobile apps to deal with UI orientation
I would suggest making title slightly more verbose (mention about UI or at least orientation)
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comment Can gdb attach a zombie process(<defunct>)?
But, maybe you can attach to parent and use gdb> call ...wait(...) to manually collect it's state (and probaby messing up parent's state in same time ;) )
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accepted Are python's popen (and similar) functions affected by Shellshock?
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comment Are python's popen (and similar) functions affected by Shellshock?
Exactly for what I was looking for: with examples when shell is and not invoked. I liked your writting that you madenit educational for readers soncan serve as reference!
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asked Are python's popen (and similar) functions affected by Shellshock?
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comment "Shell shock" - exploitable when `system()` syscall or `exec(bash)`, right?
Thanks for enlightening! I've missed this one additional option of overwriting environmental variable, leading later to exploitation of any bash inheriting this variable.
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comment how can shellshock be exploited over SSH?
Just to limit panic of eventual readers using second factor: "depending how it is implemented" - I suppose you've assumed that second factor here is implemented in bash or uses read function. Otherwise - user is safe.
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asked "Shell shock" - exploitable when `system()` syscall or `exec(bash)`, right?
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comment Authenticate to Stack Exchange using GitHub
I guess @Pops that meta.stackexchange.com/a/224525/168089 is the answer
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