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Hi

Topic : socked-system-overflow

language : AutoitScpirt Code Request

program explosion : socket overflow buffer Error !

memory with program connect And Socket overflow buffer Delete Request

Is there anyone that can help ?

Thank You !

C++ Sample Code

in iocport.cpp

void CIOCPort::DeleteAllArray()
{
     for( int i=0; i<m_SocketArraySize; i++ ) {
             if ( m_SockArray[i] != NULL ) {
                     delete m_SockArray[i];
                     m_SockArray[i] = NULL;
             }
     }
     delete[] m_SockArray;
     for ( i=0; i < m_SocketArraySize; i++ ) {
             if ( m_SockArrayInActive[i] != NULL ) {
                     delete m_SockArrayInActive[i];
                     m_SockArrayInActive[i] = NULL;
             }
     }
     delete[] m_SockArrayInActive;
     for ( i=0; i < m_ClientSockSize; i++ ) {
             if ( m_ClientSockArray[i] != NULL ) {
                     delete m_ClientSockArray[i]; //Socket system overflow
                     m_ClientSockArray[i] = NULL;
             }
     }
     delete[] m_ClientSockArray;
     while( !m_SidList.empty() )
             m_SidList.pop_back();
}

in IOCPSocket2.h

BYTE GetState() {return m_State;}; //socket system overflow

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Hi

Topic : socked-system-overflow

language : AutoitScpirt Code Request

program explosion : socket overflow buffer Error !

memory with program connect And Socket overflow buffer Delete Request

Is there anyone that can help ?

Thank You !

C++ Sample Code

in iocport.cpp

void CIOCPort::DeleteAllArray()
{
     for( int i=0; i<m_SocketArraySize; i++ ) {
             if ( m_SockArray[i] != NULL ) {
                     delete m_SockArray[i];
                     m_SockArray[i] = NULL;
             }
     }
     delete[] m_SockArray;
     for ( i=0; i < m_SocketArraySize; i++ ) {
             if ( m_SockArrayInActive[i] != NULL ) {
                     delete m_SockArrayInActive[i];
                     m_SockArrayInActive[i] = NULL;
             }
     }
     delete[] m_SockArrayInActive;
     for ( i=0; i < m_ClientSockSize; i++ ) {
             if ( m_ClientSockArray[i] != NULL ) {
                     delete m_ClientSockArray[i]; //Socket system overflow
                     m_ClientSockArray[i] = NULL;
             }
     }
     delete[] m_ClientSockArray;
     while( !m_SidList.empty() )
             m_SidList.pop_back();
}

in IOCPSocket2.h

BYTE GetState() {return m_State;}; //socket system overflow

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I have several problems with this post.

Why is the code posted in C++ instead of AutoIt? Was it decompiled?

I would like to know what app the AutoIt script is being used with. (I think I know the answer but I wish to give the poster the benefit of the doubt)

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If you want to report this shit that's fine, you do that and move along. When some of the people with job to keep this place clean would be around, they will handle it.

Posting meaningles posts at the same time serving no purpose is lame.


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I was the one who sent a report, however this will be my last post in this thread.

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This user should be blocked, I've explicitly blocked the ISP. Blocking the IP addresses this user uses since it's almost certainly the same idiot that necessitated the ISP ban in the first place.

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