[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 233584] [GTK] Crash in WebKit::WebsiteDataStore::fetchDataAndApply

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Mon Dec 6 08:25:06 PST 2021


--- Comment #6 from Michael Catanzaro <mcatanzaro at gnome.org> ---
(In reply to LJoris from comment #5)
> wrt the suggestion to run memtest, i've not had bad RAM in the 30 years i use computers

Sadly I'm up to three times myself, in the past 10 years. :( I don't trust anything besides ECC nowadays. Anyway, like I said, this could also be a software bug corrupting memory, somewhere far removed from where the backtrace points to. Or maybe I just misread the backtrace and there's something obvious that I'm missing, that's certainly possible. If you manage to reproduce this one somehow, it would help a lot.

> Running checksec (https://github.com/slimm609/checksec.sh) I noticed all
> process which have repeat coredump are not 'entirely strong', for eolie this
> means no PIE, no seccomp. I assume seccomp is not as relevant to memory
> randomization but PIE is afaik.

We don't control the hardening flags that your distro chooses to use when building packages. It's not relevant to this issue anyway.

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