All I had to do to find the unchecked Move() source boundary was to go to
Debugger Options and set Access Violation to User Program instead of OS. It
then suddenly began to show the event in stack!

I believe most of you will find this info useful.

Best Regards,


On Sat, Oct 2, 2010 at 2:14 PM, Fastream Technologies <ga...@fastream.com>wrote:

> Hello,
> Our ICS proxy when refresh is hit on a specific page gives AV of 00000000!
> It is in the message pump and in no C++ event so the debugger shows nothing
> in stack. Is there any way to deal with this?
> Regards,
> SZ
> P. S. Francois, I know I could not pay attention to the project with you
> but this bug is so ugly has been taking a lot of time recently... :-(
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