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Would this have stopped Heartbleed thought? OpenSSL used its own memory handling code, so as Theo de Raadt explains it bypasses many built in memory protection features.

As the original quote goes, "OpenSSL has exploit mitigation countermeasures to make sure it's exploitable."

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