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This message concerns the below post. In case it isn't obvious, this isn't the real Pedram. We're not sure
who or why.
>I am excited to see Jared DeMott's recent post to Dailydave with his
>of the Evolutionary Fuzzing System! A highly exciting and revolutionary
>(or is it EVOLUTIONARY!?) new fuzzing system designed for automatic
>protocols. A much exciting concept that I will have to write about in
>my new book!
>Also included in this release is code previously only private to my
>copy of Paimei! Previously, all remote debugging functionality was
reserved for my
>private copy but apparently Jared DeMott felt the time was right to
>include pydbg_client class in his EFS release of Paimei! This should allow
>debuggers of applications to use the remote functionality of Paimei to
>processes running on remote computers. Also the all new pydbg_server,
just in this
>release! These tools should help all of you most greatly. I highly
>recommend that instead of downloading the latest release of Paimei from
>you download the efs-paimei package from appliedsec.com, as their package
>has been updated far in advance of mine.
>Happy fuzzing, and let the best boundary character overflow!
>Pedram L. AminiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
>"But I return to my previous stack frame from there!"
>"NOT TONIGHT YOU DON'T"