The first bug is in Internet Explorer 8. Internet Explorer has a typical null byte bug that makes it truncate the new view source function upon reaching a null byte. So if you were to go to a page that had a null byte in the middle of it, the rest of the page wouldn’t pop up. This is not true if you use an external editor or their new nifty Developer Tools functionality, but not many people do either of those. This doesn’t appear to affect any other Internet Explorer version that I looked at.
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