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Re: Infecting the KaZaA network?
From: Alun Jones <alun () texis com>
Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2002 13:58:52 -0600

At 08:51 AM 2/8/2002, GertJan de Leeuw wrote:
So the only way somebody can infect the network is ,
injecting the first compiled version of a new
distibution (but that is hardly impossible)

Not necessarily, one could simply find a portion of the original program that is overspecified, or a feature that most people don't use, and write your code into that space. If the code you replace is small enough, it'll likely fit into a convenient block boundary, such that your code will either be downloaded or not, and you really don't necessarily care about infecting the whole network.

Alun.
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