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:) So now we also play with video/sound.ReplyDelete
actually it's fun to hear that a video can crash a device that is meant to play music/videos. playing the bootloader made some ipods crash. my question is: is this exploit usable?
ps: you found this exploit accidentally, didn't you :P
It was first found accidentally... then it grew up... a different video of the same kind can even crash VLC (videolan) and all programs using the same libraries (believe me they are a lot)ReplyDelete
media players have 2 versions:ReplyDelete
the ones writing directly to the outputdevice
the ones that send the info to another module
(this is a design choice)
is the crash about a file that the outputdevice can't play? (probably not)
is there any way you want to explain me how this works?( without making it public)
btw vlc can crash so often :-)
forgot to sayReplyDelete
i'm a linux user so yeah i know how many apps can share the same libraries.
actually i looked up the dependencies of vlc and saw a huge list. i don't think i'll list them here :)
Hmm.. put the video back up, please?ReplyDelete
Video back up, please!!!ReplyDelete
The video will be up soon.ReplyDelete
Just not now.
Have any eta for having it back up?ReplyDelete
Why not now?
It depends on Apple.ReplyDelete
I'm in the talks with them.
I'll keep you posted.
Thanks! I hope to try this out! It seems like a (possibly) cool exploit!ReplyDelete
Zibri... the Bad-people can use this Bug to do Bad - things?? xDReplyDelete
If you you understend me!