Incident ID: 8033349 Stack Signature NDPWSSPR.DLL + 0x9a30 (0x10009a30) ae7900fc Product ID Thunderbird10 Build ID 2004080301 Trigger Time 2005-08-02 13:48:54.0 Platform Win32 Operating System Windows 98 4.90 build 73010104 Module NDPWSSPR.DLL + (00009a30) URL visited User Comments Since Last Crash 292 sec Total Uptime 702946 sec Trigger Reason Access violation Source File, Line No. N/A Stack Trace NDPWSSPR.DLL + 0x9a30 (0x10009a30) 0x01a52f90 NDPWSSPR.DLL + 0xad20 (0x1000ad20) 0x00042978 InDefense, a security software firm acquired by Microsoft Corp. we should release note that this product is known to cause crashes and suggest that people switch to something else. jay: if we release note this as such, could we add a watch for this dll and contact the people who crash in it?
Adding [crashfeedback] to whiteboard to nominate this for topcrash feedback to users. Although we have the ability to send feedback to users of this crash, unless it's a topcrasher, I think a relnote should be good enough for now. If we start to see more users crashing, I can setup the automation to send more info to them.
11 years ago
do we still need this? not seen in talkback.
All pages of MailDefense aren't reachable anymore. Over the last three years it's even mostly outdated and probably won't be used by users?
past due to close