David Gibbs wrote:
Replacing or renaming an existing object is probably harder than
putting a new object higher on the library list. One would assume
the existing object is secured so it can't be changed in a production
environment. Creating a new object and putting it higher on the
library list isn't going to be nearly has hard.

I'm picturing that you work for a software house, and that the "security software" is to check to make sure the user has a valid, non-expired, license code.

In that case, you may very well have users with *ALLOBJ authority who are trying to bypass your security, so securing the object won't help you.

I agree that a *LIBL exploit is easier -- but not much easier.

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