These scripts do different things that
Warning Click At Your Own Risk
The Close button closes Netscape
on you. Useful if, say, you wanted to have it masquerade as
another function (like email or something)
Exploding Windows Bomb
continously opens windows, over and over and over again.
Sucking up memory resources.
The Annoying Windows Button
continously prompts the user with whatever you put in the
alert, which of course can be changed to whatever you want!
Thus rendering the Netscape client useless to the user.
The Time Bomb sets up four
timers which then calls itself to set up 4 more timers for
each timer previously spawned. Watch the status bar to see
how many times this function gets called.
The Reload Bomb forces the user
to stay at the current page, by refreshing the page the
smallest interval possible. Users will not be able to stop
the reloading process by clicking stop or jumping to another
The While Loop Lock Bomb simply
does a loop forever, effectively rendering Netscape clients
The Eat Memory In Time slowly
consumes as much memory as it can over time. It has been
known to crash machines, increase swap file size, affect
other programs, eat cpu time and making your machine run
The Form Action Bomb just plains
crashes Windows'95 Netscape 2.0 clients.
The Flood Bomb, also similar to
a while loop lock, you can send a special greeting to those
who you do not allow access to your page by showing them by
using this piece of code.
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