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KSR[T]Ware #002: Instructor 1.0
From: dhg () KSRT ORG (Dave G.)
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2000 13:47:03 -0500

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                                                  KSR[T]Ware #002
                                                  Date:  01/15/2000
                                                  ID #:  instrct1-2

Program:             Instructor 1.0

URL:                 http://www.ksrt.org/instructor

Author:              David Goldsmith <daveg () ksrt org>

Summary:             Instructor is a 32 bit instruction set auditor.
                     By sequentially executing every 32 bit op-code,
                     one can find instructions that might have adverse
                     effects on operating environments.  For example,
                     Instructor was used to find the non-privileged
                     halt instruction <http://www.ksrt.org/adv9.html>.

                     For a description on how this program differs
                     from the 'crashme' program, please read the
                     comments at the top of the source file.

Disclaimer:          Exercise extreme caution when running this
                     program since it may cause your system to
                     abruptly halt, panic, or reboot.

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