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Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 01:34:17 -0800
From: information security <>
Subject: Re: Mozilla Firefox 3.6 plenitude String
	Crash(0day) Exploit

Thanks Valdis .Jeff for all your comment
yes my small-penis machine running out of RAM and swap space ...: ......
:)and i believe that Mozilla get crash ...........:(
can you tell me how to fix that people don't become victim from this attack
people with having 34 bit Computer
or people having small -penis machine change into big-penis machine :)

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 12:37 AM, <> wrote:

> On Tue, 02 Mar 2010 20:02:37 PST, information security said:
> > open in Mozilla Firefox and wait for 15 sec ...... :) and say Good Bye
> Sorry, your exploit doesn't do squat on a 64-bit Firefox 3.7a3 with plenty
> of
> RAM. It chugs for about 7-8 seconds and displays a *very* wide page.  It
> must
> be your small-penis machine running out of RAM and swap space. :)
> Hint - this issue was well understood back in 1964. Literally. IBM's OS/360
> had
> a GETMAIN macro that allocated storage that could encounter this same basic
> "out of memory" issue.  So not only is this a non-bug that was known when
> you
> were still being toilet-trained, this may be the first recorded case of
> somebody reporting a non-bug that was known when their *parents* were still
> being toilet-trained.

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