Safari World Leaks

Sly

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Nov 30, 2003
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Airstrip One
I regularly get this message when closing Safari. What does it mean & should I worry? I'm using 10.3.7
 

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mkrishnan

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Jan 9, 2004
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Grand Rapids, MI, USA
I found this:

http://forums.dealmac.com/read.php?1,1946147

Apparently world leaks occur when some aspect of scripting, etc, on a website cause memory to be allocated by Safari and then fail to be deallocated. It isn't that big a deal. If you want, you can turn on the Safari debug menu and turn off the check for them. For whatever reason, that check has always been off on my computer -- I don't think I've ever changed it myself. AFAIK it isn't considered an exploit or intrusion...just a programming issue.
 
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