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"Massive security hole" needs to be added to that list of problems :)

On the other hand, it's easy to audit for: "links to NeverSayDie: failure."

Why is that a security hole? I suppose it might make it harder to detect an existing one, but it doesn't add a security hole in it's own right.

According to POSIX, after a SIGSEGV, the state of the program is undefined. This is the reason that a SIGSEGV usually causes an immediate abort. Allowing a program to execute when its state is undefined is a huge security hole.

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