Failure to Implement the HTML5 Can End the Free Space on Your Hard Drive

The HTML5, the new whooping cough the moment between developers, designers and mobile systems, enables the creation of full legal resource sites, but can also be used in some browsers to fill the hard drive of your computer with all sorts of trash can. In the newly discovered example, your computer is full of pictures of cats. But it could be worse.
And how this marvel of modern technology? Well, today when a site needs to store a piece of information on your computer, the browser is responsible for recording this information in a cookie , a small file, 5KB, which may even have a relatively short lifespan. If you usually browse various websites, your computer must be full of cookies that time. You do not realize … because face it, 5 KB is virtually nothing close to 250GB.
The problem is that HTML5 can use much more space to store the information. Something in the region of 5 MB or more. To prevent abuse, multiple browsers create limits for data stored by domain. The Chrome by default accepts a maximum of 2.5 MB, Firefox accepts 5 MB, and so on. This in theory should limit abuses, but a developer figured out how to abuse a failure HTML5 to fill your file computer.
By default, HTML5 should consider all subdomains as part of the domain. Thus, files saved on your computer by bla.tecnoblog.net address can also be used by ble.tecnoblog.net address, and so on. The problem is that both Chrome and the Safari and Internet Explorer ignore it, and … recording giant files for each subdomain!
And that’s exactly what the site Filldisk.com, created by Feross Aboukhadijeh (who discovered the bug) does: takes advantage of this failure to fill your computer with pictures of cats. And Feross is still a nice guy, as the site allows you to stop this process and clean your machine files. Other sites may not be that nice, and fill your computer with photos a little less innocent than cats.
Feross already reported the bug for Chrome and Safari, so you should see an update for the problem very soon. For Internet Explorer, Feross said it was not possible to notify Microsoft as their bug report page is giving problem (!). Anyway, until the problem is resolved, the ideal is to have a lot of caution with the sites you visit. Or you run the risk of having your crowded disk nothing cool images.
Besides those that you probably already have, of course.
 

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