Re: [PATCH 0.7] Fix WPA-PSK with certain passphrases

On Fri, 2007-09-28 at 22:34 -0400, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Passphrases are first hashed into hex, and then encoded with hexstr2bin
> before being marshalled over to wpa_supplicant. Since they are a hex
> hash, it's entirely possible that '00' will occur in the hash... which
> means you can't depend on strlen to give the right length for the binary
> encoding, and therefore must pass the length in explicitly.

Sounds like a bug I raised and fixed earlier this year might have crept
back in. Does the following bugzilla sound like the same thing?


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