Avro Nelson wrote:

> The problem exists in the Slackware x86 7.1.0 Distro as well.
>  >On Fre, Feb 02, 2001 at 09:36:29 +0100, Tomasz Ku¼niar wrote:
>  >> The same problem in most (all?) distributions is with m4 - GNU macro
>  >> processor code, when trying use -G option:
>  >>
>  >> mezon@beata:~$ m4 -G %x%x%x%x
>  >> m4: 40012a48380491e00: No such file or directory
> Confirmed for Slackware Linux 7.1.0
> aanelson@Boxy:/etc$ m4 -G %x
> m4: 400fe9b4: No such file or directory
> aanelson@Boxy:/etc$ m4 -G %qx
> m4: 4000aa70400fe9b4: No such file or directory
> aanelson@Boxy:/etc$ m4 %x
> m4: 400fe9b4: No such file or directory
> aanelson@Boxy:/# m4 --version
> GNU m4 1.4

rh 6.1 is also vulnerable..:

[h@honorato perl-buffer]$ m4 -G %x
m4: 4010848c: No such file or directory
[h@honorato perl-buffer]$ m4 -G %qx
m4: 4000a6104010848c: No such file or directory
[h@honorato perl-buffer]$ m4 -G %n%n
m4: Segmentation fault (core dumped)
[h@honorato perl-buffer]$ m4 --version
GNU m4 1.4


-honoriak

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