Picked up this in a query param:
which undoing the %s becomes
What were they trying to achieve?
This might be stem cell therapy already and im not aware that the mechanics already work by this way of replenishing the body, but with your own DNA?
If its true that our code breaks down or that our neurons break down and cannot read the code? Or a combo of both?
use tokio::process::Command; let mut cmd = Command::new("git"); cmd.args(vec[ "log".into(), "--author=\"mY evIl $tr1ng interpolation INjEcT!0n\"".into() ]);
Assuming that GIT itself is safe from this kind of attack, are there any known vectors where malicious code can be executed from a command argument?
I am not sure if
tokio::process::Command is a wrapper around
std::process::Command or a complete re-implementation and would behave differently.