Why Carlos?

Some colleagues and friends pointed out that, after a couple of tough postings on, respectively, DCOM Communication and Heap Corruption, it may be time for a light one. Fair enough, we are approaching the winter holiday season so you may prefer something easier. For guys interested in deep technical matters: you’re probably better off skipping…

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Heap Corruption: A Case Study

Here we go again: it is snowing in Milan while I am publishing a new blog post . Admittedly, this coincidence is getting more and more interesting, maybe meteorogists can spot a pattern here . Today’s topic is a tough one: memory corruption. Introduction Memory corruption, in general, is one of the toughest issues to…

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