Yes, I agree, but it still *doesn't* stop people. Have you not noticed?
good info, though not quite sure why people would need this info. shouldn't be compiling exploits if you don't know how to compile in the first place.
The resulting binary is not in your path, so you must prepend './' to inform the shell that the program is in the current dir.
I installed linux ... (debian)
compiled my exploit ... (servu2.c)
got no errors .. have a resulting file called 'Servu2' but when i type Servu2 it says unrecognised command ?!?!?