I was thinking about a possible useful new /b/ chemo.
How do you force a buffer overflow when opening an image? I remember some boards that used it to raep newfags and it'd be fun to watch /b/ burning again.
It outputs itself as a PNG, with slightly different text.
Back in the day it would post itself to 4chan, but that was before recaptcha.
The banner version has the posting functionality taken out.
>How do you force a buffer overflow when opening an image?
Generally you don't, because image viewers are way up the hierarchy of "programs that deal with unsanitised input from hostile actors", and thus parsing vulns are taken very seriously and dealt with quickly, even preemptively.
LibPNG, for example, has only had eight serious remote-execution vulnerabilities since 2008.
>tfw it might have started becoming self aware
Cornelia was one of the most interesting spam attack on 4chins.