Drowning in buffer-overflow vulnerabilities

Building cars with gas tanks that explode on impact wasn't a good idea, and automakers eventually phased that feature out of their products. Software vendors could learn a lesson from that mistake, and deal with their own particular built-in security bomb: buffer overflows.

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