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Using /dev/null would result in no security audit log of an unauthorized interactive shell login attempt.
If the address is getting treated as a null terminated character string at some point, inclusion of this "ASCII-Armored" address would cause functions that work with null terminated character strings such as, strcpy, strlen, sprintf to stop processing at the end of the libc address.
If you use Outlook, then yes you must update IE in order to stay secure when viewing email messages. Microsoft Outlook, the preview pane, and when opening an email message all use a variation of Internet Explorer that are only updated when you update Internet Explorer. This is true even if you choose to install keep MS Office binaries up to date, which are ...
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