Preventing the Buffer Overflow Attack

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Programmers help! Exploit the buffer—Buffer Overflow Attack.

How do we prevent this from happening so that no attacks would be successful?

buffer.exe

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Preventing the Buffer Overflow Attack

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Hello Daniel,

To resolve that issue, you will need to disable its process in the task manager. 

  • Hold on to Ctrl+Alt+Del in order to open the Windows Task Manager, and then click the Process tab.
  • In case you see any process that shares name similar to the existing file and as well using up to 100% CPU time, you will need to click on the particular process and then choose "End Process".

Regards,

Nicke

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