Use of "-fno-stack-protector"
Created by: pdxjohnny
When running a
make all I noticed the use of the
-fno-stack-protector flag. I was wondering why you're disabling that being that it protects from overwriting return addresses and thus code execution, to my knowledge. I was hoping you could enlighten me as this made me very curious. Is it because its mostly rust so you don't have to worry about that? For reference its on line 6 in the Makefile.