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Enko



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Post 15 Jun 2011, 03:33
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Now that this is over I would like to confirm something: Have you posted this zip file (or very similar) before, or I'm just getting (more) crazy?
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revolution
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bitRAKE was the first to post it here.
Post 15 Jun 2011, 04:42
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Damn, my second guess (r22) wasn't right either. bitRAKE sounds reasonable, and he also posted more material about compression, like Arturo Campos

Well, thanks for confirming half-craziness Razz
Post 15 Jun 2011, 05:06
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I wonder if anyone tried to unzip the inner r.zip and compare it with original.
It's the obvious thing to do when you have an identically named file inside itself, no?
Post 15 Jun 2011, 09:00
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vid
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For that reason, I would put the recursive r.zip into several real r.zips, all of them padded to same size (if possible). Becomes bit harder to notice then.
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mindcooler



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Is the re such a thing as a zip quine?
Post 15 Jun 2011, 09:47
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revolution
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mindcooler wrote:
Is the re such a thing as a zip quine?
Did you see the attachment earlier in this thread?
Post 15 Jun 2011, 09:51
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f0dder



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Coty wrote:
Pshh, DOS users...

If you have unix (Linux perferibly) you can run this script file as long as you want!

Code:
f0dder@ayanami:~$ grep PATH_MAX /usr/include/linux/limits.h
#define PATH_MAX        4096    /* # chars in a path name including nul */    


...haven't checked what the various linux filesystems support, though. As already mentioned, NTFS can do ~32k, and you can access those even from Win32 apps with the special name prefixing - but pretty much all normal apps depend on the (stupidly low) MAX_PATH.

revolution: manually constructed self-referential archive?

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revolution wrote:
mindcooler wrote:
Is the re such a thing as a zip quine?
Did you see the attachment earlier in this thread?


I'll take that as a yes, then Smile

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Post 15 Jun 2011, 19:14
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f0dder wrote:
manually constructed self-referential archive?
I not sure that self-referential is the right term to use here.
Post 15 Jun 2011, 23:07
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