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PHP one-liner:

php -r '$e="0";for($i=0;$i<2500;$i++){$e="0$e";gethostbyname($e); }'

Python Oneone-liner:

python -c 'import socket;y="0"*50000000;socket.gethostbyname(y)'

If those give you segfaults (yes, a pythonPython segfault, a rare specimen) then you're vulnerable. I don't know if you consider pythonPython a "developer tool,"tool" but PHP is a common program to have.

If the target device is a router, I don't know of anything you could do on it that would tell you, except digging into the manufacturer specifications and/or waiting for manufacturer advisories and firmware updates.

PHP one-liner:

php -r '$e="0";for($i=0;$i<2500;$i++){$e="0$e";gethostbyname($e); }'

Python One-liner:

python -c 'import socket;y="0"*50000000;socket.gethostbyname(y)'

If those give you segfaults (yes, a python segfault, a rare specimen) then you're vulnerable. I don't know if you consider python a "developer tool," but PHP is a common program to have.

If the target device is a router, I don't know of anything you could do on it that would tell you, except digging into the manufacturer specifications and/or waiting for manufacturer advisories and firmware updates.

PHP one-liner:

php -r '$e="0";for($i=0;$i<2500;$i++){$e="0$e";gethostbyname($e); }'

Python one-liner:

python -c 'import socket;y="0"*50000000;socket.gethostbyname(y)'

If those give you segfaults (yes, a Python segfault, a rare specimen) then you're vulnerable. I don't know if you consider Python a "developer tool" but PHP is a common program to have.

If the target device is a router, I don't know of anything you could do on it that would tell you, except digging into the manufacturer specifications and/or waiting for manufacturer advisories and firmware updates.

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PHP one-liner:

php -r '$e="0";for($i=0;$i<2500;$i++){$e="0$e";gethostbyname($e); }'

Python One-liner:

python -c 'import socket;y="0"*50000000;socket.gethostbyname(y)'

If those give you segfaults (yes, a python segfault, a rare specimen) then you're vulnerable. I don't know if you consider python a "developer tool," but PHP is a common program to have.

If the target device is a router, I don't know of anything you could do on it that would tell you, except digging into the manufacturer specifications and/or waiting for manufacturer advisories and firmware updates.