Security flaw in Photoshop
OK, first of, mods, please move if in the wrong section.
But anyways, this is brought up as a result of crummy programming from Adobe/Macromedia. In school, we have to use PhotoShop as our image editing software for webdesign. And during cropping, my teacher found out that the default setting was inches instead of pixels as the total crop size, and when a number too big for the program to read is put in, it crashes. Which happens a lot as many people use photos over 100 pixels and might forget to add px to the end so it doesn't go to inches. But to the main question: I know that when a program ends, it can lead a cracker to a way to break into your machine. I was wondering if this glitch/bug is strong enough for a security flaw in the system, or would it not allow the cracker far enough into your system to get any information like passwords??