## This Is Not An SQLite Vulnerability Just to be clear to people who may be alarmed by the salmonx's title, this is <u>not</u> a bug in SQLite. The name of the file is "nmakehlp.c", not "nmakehelp.c". And it is not part of SQLite. "nmakehlp.c" is a helper program used to assist in building the TCL Extension on Windows. It is part of TEA or the "TCL Extension Architecture". In other words, the "nmakehlp.exe" program is built and used to help with the build process for the SQLite TCL extension under Windows. Nobody ever runs this program, except when building the SQLite TCL interface on a Windows host. The inputs to nmakehlp.exe are well-controlled such that even if it does contain a vulnerability (which is probably does not) it would be completely harmless. So, in other words, salmonx's original post above appears to be complete nonsense. One suspects that he is running a source-code scanning tool across every source file he can find and reporting his results here.