Buffer overflow in mIRC 5.91 and earlier allows a remote server to execute arbitrary code on the client via a long nickname.
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20020203 Buffer overflow in mIRC allowing arbitary code to be executed.
20020204 Re: Buffer overflow in mIRC allowing arbitary code to be executed.
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