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Re: Apple Mac OS X Safari 2.0.3 Vulnerability Apr 26 2006 02:41PM
jens mac com (1 replies)
Re: Apple Mac OS X Safari 2.0.3 Vulnerability Apr 26 2006 11:15PM
Aaron Phillips (Aaron systech-computers com) (1 replies)
Konqueror 2.3.1 and Firefox 2.0a1 don't appear to be vulnerable. Be nice to
hear about Opera and IE.

On Wednesday 26 April 2006 07:41, jens (at) mac (dot) com [email concealed] wrote:
> All this does is cause Safari to allocate oodles of memory. It won't crash
> or hang the OS, just cause it to slow down due to VM paging. Wait a bit and
> the force-quit alert will appear (and/or Safari will crash when it runs out
> of address space.) Seems more of an annoyance than an actual security
> problem.
>
> How do Firefox, IE and Opera respond?

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Re: Apple Mac OS X Safari 2.0.3 Vulnerability Apr 26 2006 11:05PM
Ian MacPhedran (Ian_MacPhedran engr USask Ca) (1 replies)
Re: Apple Mac OS X Safari 2.0.3 Vulnerability Apr 30 2006 12:12PM
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