CSSDIE is a community-developed utility for verifying browser integrity, written by H D Moore, Matt Murphy, Aviv Raff, and
CSSDIE will look for common CSS1/CSS2/CSS3 implementation flaws by specifying common bad values for style values.
This utility may cause the browser to "freeze" for a long period of time, this is OK,
and interrupting the process will prevent all the tests from completing. Some browsers will raise a warning if
a script is taking too long to execute - you will need to click "No, do not abort" or the equivalent to allow
all tests to complete.
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Mozilla Firefox 188.8.131.52 has passed all CSSDIE tests without crashing :-)
Internet Explorer 6.0 is known to crash in at least one place.