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(chemistry) an ionic compound that resists changes in its pH

a neutral zone between two rival powers that is created in order to diminish the danger of conflict

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an inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track

a power tool used to buff surfaces

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a cushion-like device that reduces shock due to an impact

an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block

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add a buffer (a solution)

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protect from impact

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[2] Funnywei, "Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Mining Model [Z/OL]," 2003, http://xcon.xfocus.net/XCon2003/archives/ Xcon2003_funnywei.pdf.
Step 3: To avoid the fluctuation of PSNR and buffer overflow, the target bit budget estimation of the current frame are bounded by lower and upper bounds, as shown in eqs.
This kind of trust issue is common in all applications and is not limited to CGI or buffer overflow problems.
This approach produces an alert and aborts the program if the current value is not equal to the valid one (indicating the variable has been tampered with by certain invalid operations, such as buffer overflow).
The buffer overflow attacks could be used to gain remote access to the cameras, allowing an attacker to execute malicious code on the device and take control of some of its function.
"After disclosing the vulnerability to the BS.Player team, a new update v2.69 has been released that addresses the buffer overflow vulnerability," states Catalin Cosoi, Chief Security Strategist at Bitdefender.
Increasing of network throughput for the case of constant PER can be realized through minimization of the number of rejected packets produced by the buffer overflow in the communication node.
<p>Rick Moy, president of NSS Labs, says he was disappointed overall that none of the 10Mbps to 10Gbps IPS products tested achieved 100% effectiveness in detecting and blocking the attacks, including buffer overflow exploits.
In fact, X-Force listed two separate vulnerabilities in its advisory, saying that the flawed Microsoft Video Controller ActiveX Library, or the "msvidctl.dll" file, not only contained the buffer overflow bug attributed to Smith and Wheeler, but also harboured a memory corruption vulnerability discovered by X-Force researcher Robert Freeman.
1 risky resource management vulnerability is the "Failure to Constrain Operations within the Bounds of a Memory Buffer," or buffer overflow, for short.
They describe static analysis internals and then turn to pervasive problems, such as input, buffer overflow, errors and exceptions and examine feature, including web applications, XML and web services, business and personal privacy and secrets and privileged programs.
-- A buffer overflow vulnerability in Samsung SCH-i730 phones running SJPhone SIP Client may allow an attacker to disable the phone and slow down the operating system (VIPER-2007-0029).
At the time of discovery in early November, IBM products were already providing customers with preemptive protection for this threat through its Buffer Overflow Exploit Prevention (BOEP) solution and through its protocol analysis module (PAM), the core engine that powers IBM Internet Security Systems intrusion prevention and detection technologies.
According to the company, before the vulnerability was announced, customers of ISS' host-based security products were shielded from it by the company's buffer overflow exploit prevention technology.
BIND has a raft of known security problems, however, ranging from buffer overflow and denial-of-service weaknesses.