Bad interpreter: Too many levels of symbolic link

Hi All,

I am having this error with the code below please help.

#!/usr/bin/python
import sys, socket

buffer = "A" * 100

while True:
               try:
                        s=socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCKET_STREAM)
                         s.connect(('192.168.0.23',9999))

                        s.send(('TRUN /.:/' + buffer))
                        s.close()
                         sleep(1)
                         buffer = buffer + "A"*100
        execept:
                         print "Fuzzing crashed at %s bytes" % str(len(buffer))
                         sys,exit()

Thanks

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Thank you. My Kali Linux is giving me the error of "Too many levels of symbolic links. Have you heard of this error before?

Thanks Again