Build Date: December 15

The Day of Heap Expansion

Modules, products or systems built on December 15 compute big. Their expansive algorithms run free into wilderness. Few limitations exist for their code because it knows how OS works, but once they are on top of the list they don’t know how to keep staying there. December 15 components need to learn how to be satisfied at various resource levels and security restrictions. They do their best in computation when they care about other modules and do not interfere with other processes and threads. Products built on December 15 are liked by many customers. When they see them compute they feel good with their easy and open interfaces. December 15 modules from financial products are open to exploits and have vulnerabilities discovered with depends.exe. They are usually not concerned with such matters and can be sometimes computationally fatalistic, destined to loose data but can restart instead of hanging on exception. Thoroughly compute with all possible checks and then move to another step of their algorithm is the safest thing for them. Modules, products or systems built on December 15 may overestimate resources available for them and overlook deterioration symptoms so various external checks are recommended during their normal computational life span. Training is mandatory for their troubleshooters. Data restrictions are not necessary unless insisted by a security engineer. Running on open platforms is advised for December 15 systems.

DLL, SYS and EXE born on this date:

usrxcptn.dll Fri Dec 15 08:33:42 2006
PCIWNT.SYS   Tue Dec 15 19:46:09 1998
AegisP.sys   Thu Dec 15 10:31:20 2005
srv.sys      Mon Dec 15 21:42:35 2008

Weaknesses: Unrealistic expectations of available resources. Blind messaging.

Strengths: Well-linked modules. Cheerful sounds.

Advice: Don’t have a condescending attitude towards customers. Learn to deal with security constraints. Remember that heap can contract too.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ -

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