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If you’re looking for an easy and convenient way to access accident reports, BuyCrash.com is the perfect solution. This online service allows you to quickly and securely purchase crash reports from participating law enforcement agencies across the United States. With BuyCrash.com, you can get the information you need quickly and easily, without having to wait in line or make multiple phone calls. Here are some tips on how to make the most of BuyCrash.com.

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Once you have an account set up, it’s time to start searching for crash reports. You can search by date range or by location, making it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for. You can also filter your search results by report type (such as police report or witness statement) or by vehicle type (such as car or motorcycle). Once you’ve found the report that you need, simply click “Purchase Report” and follow the instructions on the screen. The entire process should only take a few minutes.

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Once your purchase is complete, you can download your report immediately from the website or have it emailed directly to your inbox. The report will be in PDF format so that it can be easily viewed on any device with a PDF reader installed (such as Adobe Reader). You can also print out a hard copy if needed – just make sure that all sensitive information is kept confidential.

BuyCrash.com makes it easy to get the accident reports that you need quickly and securely. With these tips in mind, you should be able to make the most of this convenient online service and get the information that you need in no time at all.

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In most cases, you can reload the page to dismiss this error. If you keep seeing the message, try closing other webpages that are open or restarting your device.

If you continue to have problems see Further troubleshooting .

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You might see this error when a particular webpage or set of pages cause a problem.

To fix the problem, select the webpages in the box and click Kill pages . Then, reload the pages. If you still see the error, try restarting your device. If you continue to have problems, see Further troubleshooting .

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When a tab hangs, it usually appears as a white page that is stuck loading. The title of the affected tab is Loading and it has a spinning icon.

This issue usually means there's a graphics rendering issue. Sometimes, opening a new tab and browsing to another page can help the affected tab to load. If this doesn't help, try restarting Chrome or your device. For more information, see Further troubleshooting .

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Copyright © 2020 the Contributors to the Crash Reporting Specification, published by the Web Platform Incubator Community Group under the W3C Community Contributor License Agreement (CLA) . A human-readable summary is available.

This document defines mechanism for reporing browser crashes to site owners through the use of the Reporting API.

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This specification was published by the Web Platform Incubator Community Group . It is not a W3C Standard nor is it on the W3C Standards Track. Please note that under the W3C Community Contributor License Agreement (CLA) there is a limited opt-out and other conditions apply. Learn more about W3C Community and Business Groups .

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1.1. Examples

2. concepts, 2.2. out-of-memory, 2.3. unresponsive, 3. crash reports.

Crash reports indicate that the user was unable to continue using the page because the browser (or one of its processes necessary for the page) crashed. For security reasons, no details of the crash are communicated except for a unique identifier (which can be interpreted by the browser vendor), and optionally the reason for the crash (such as "oom").

Crash reports are a type of report .

Crash reports have the report type "crash".

A crash report ’s body , represented in JavaScript by CrashReportBody , contains the following field:

reason : A more specific classification of the type of crash that occured, if known, or omitted otherwise. The valid reason strings are shown below.

Note: Crash reports are always delivered to the endpoint named default ; there is currently no way to override this. If you want to receive other kinds of reports, but not crash reports, make sure to use a different name for the endpoint that you choose for those reports.

Note: Crash reports are not observable to JavaScript, as the page which would receive them is, by definition, not able to. The IDL description of CrashReportBody exists in this spec to provide a JSON-seriaizable interface whose serialization can be embedded in the out-of-band reports.

4. Implementation Considerations

4.1. delivery.

[REPORTING] , which defines the framework on which this specification depends, provides at most a best-efforts delivery mechanism. This is especially true when it comes to reporting crashes. There are probably always going to be certain crash conditions which simply cannot be reported on (for instance, if the crash occurs within the crash-monitoring code of the user agent, or if the computer hosting the user agent were to suddenly cease to exist). However, many crashes can be observed by modern browsers, and their immediate causes can be deduced.

A user agent implementing crash reports SHOULD attempt to monitor documents for crashes in a way that will continue to function even when the process which is responsible for that document crashes, or is terminated by the operating system.

There are multiple ways to implement such a monitor, with varying levels of reliability and robustness to specific crash causes, and this specification does not attempt to prescribe any particular such method.

5. Sample Reports

6. security considerations.

For a discussion of security considerations surrounding out-of-band reporting in general, see Reporting API §8 Security Considerations .

The remainder of this section discusses security considerations for crash reporting specifically.

7. Privacy Considerations

For a discussion of privacy considerations surrounding out-of-band reporting in general, see Reporting API §9 Privacy Considerations .

The remainder of this section discusses privacy considerations for crash reporting specifically.

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The Mozilla Crash Reporter dialog box appears when Firefox closes unexpectedly and lets you submit a crash report to developers, to make future Firefox versions crash less often. This article describes how it works and shows you how to access your crash reports.

  • For suggestions on how to prevent Firefox from crashing, see Troubleshoot Firefox crashes (closing or quitting unexpectedly) .

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When Firefox crashes

After Firefox crashes, the Mozilla Crash Reporter window will appear.

Tell Mozilla about this crash so they can fix it : If this box is checked, the Mozilla Crash Reporter will send a summary of the crash to Mozilla. Deselect this box if you don't want to send the report to Mozilla.

Details… : Will open the "Report Contents" window, where you can view the technical details of the crash.

Add a comment (comments are publicly visible) : Use this box to add any further information that might be useful to developers trying to find the cause of the crash. The comments you post may be read by anyone.

Include the address of the page I was on : When checked, the information you send to Mozilla will include the web page you visited before the crash.

Quit Firefox : Close the dialog and don't start Firefox again.

Restart Firefox : Start Firefox again. Firefox will give you the option to restore the windows and tabs you had open before the crash. If Firefox crashes again after choosing to restore your windows and tabs, one of the pages you were on is causing the crash. In this case, choose Close to start a new session.

Viewing crash reports

To view your crash reports from within Firefox:

  • Click on the View button to view the report.

Viewing reports outside of Firefox

If you can't use the above method because Firefox crashes when it starts, you can also view the reports in files on your computer with the following steps:

  • In the Run dialog, type %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Crash Reports\ and press Enter .

Crash reports are stored in ~/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Crash Reports/ (show hidden folders, on Mac OS X 10.7 and above, by holding down the Option key while opening the Go menu in Finder and then selecting Library).

Crash reports are stored in ~/.mozilla/firefox/Crash Reports/

The Crash Reports folder will contain two subfolders: pending and submitted . The submitted folder contains text files for each crash report submitted, with each file containing a crash report ID. For example, a file named bp-031b02bb-26b6-4168-ac0e-2de492090531.txt will contain the following text: Crash ID: bp-031b02bb-26b6-4168-ac0e-2de492090531 You can go to https://crash-stats.mozilla.org and copy the Crash ID into the search field to view the report.

Getting help with crash reports

To use your crash report to get help with your Firefox problem, see Troubleshoot Firefox crashes (closing or quitting unexpectedly) .

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The following is an example of setting up Electron to automatically submit crash reports to a remote server:

For setting up a server to accept and process crash reports, you can use following projects:

  • mini-breakpad-server
Note: Electron uses Crashpad, not Breakpad, to collect and upload crashes, but for the time being, the upload protocol is the same .

Or use a 3rd party hosted solution:

Crash reports are stored temporarily before being uploaded in a directory underneath the app's user data directory, called 'Crashpad'. You can override this directory by calling app.setPath('crashDumps', '/path/to/crashes') before starting the crash reporter.

Electron uses crashpad to monitor and report crashes.

The crashReporter module has the following methods:

crashReporter.start(options) ​

  • submitURL string (optional) - URL that crash reports will be sent to as POST. Required unless uploadToServer is false .
  • productName string (optional) - Defaults to app.name .
  • companyName string (optional) Deprecated - Deprecated alias for { globalExtra: { _companyName: ... } } .
  • uploadToServer boolean (optional) - Whether crash reports should be sent to the server. If false, crash reports will be collected and stored in the crashes directory, but not uploaded. Default is true .
  • ignoreSystemCrashHandler boolean (optional) - If true, crashes generated in the main process will not be forwarded to the system crash handler. Default is false .
  • rateLimit boolean (optional) macOS Windows - If true, limit the number of crashes uploaded to 1/hour. Default is false .
  • compress boolean (optional) - If true, crash reports will be compressed and uploaded with Content-Encoding: gzip . Default is true .
  • extra Record < string, string > (optional) - Extra string key/value annotations that will be sent along with crash reports that are generated in the main process. Only string values are supported. Crashes generated in child processes will not contain these extra parameters to crash reports generated from child processes, call addExtraParameter from the child process.
  • globalExtra Record < string, string > (optional) - Extra string key/value annotations that will be sent along with any crash reports generated in any process. These annotations cannot be changed once the crash reporter has been started. If a key is present in both the global extra parameters and the process-specific extra parameters, then the global one will take precedence. By default, productName and the app version are included, as well as the Electron version.

This method must be called before using any other crashReporter APIs. Once initialized this way, the crashpad handler collects crashes from all subsequently created processes. The crash reporter cannot be disabled once started.

This method should be called as early as possible in app startup, preferably before app.on('ready') . If the crash reporter is not initialized at the time a renderer process is created, then that renderer process will not be monitored by the crash reporter.

Note: You can test out the crash reporter by generating a crash using process.crash() .

Note: If you need to send additional/updated extra parameters after your first call start you can call addExtraParameter .

Note: Parameters passed in extra , globalExtra or set with addExtraParameter have limits on the length of the keys and values. Key names must be at most 39 bytes long, and values must be no longer than 127 bytes. Keys with names longer than the maximum will be silently ignored. Key values longer than the maximum length will be truncated.

Note: This method is only available in the main process.

crashReporter.getLastCrashReport() ​

Returns CrashReport - The date and ID of the last crash report. Only crash reports that have been uploaded will be returned; even if a crash report is present on disk it will not be returned until it is uploaded. In the case that there are no uploaded reports, null is returned.

crashReporter.getUploadedReports() ​

Returns CrashReport[] :

Returns all uploaded crash reports. Each report contains the date and uploaded ID.

crashReporter.getUploadToServer() ​

Returns boolean - Whether reports should be submitted to the server. Set through the start method or setUploadToServer .

crashReporter.setUploadToServer(uploadToServer) ​

  • uploadToServer boolean - Whether reports should be submitted to the server.

This would normally be controlled by user preferences. This has no effect if called before start is called.

crashReporter.addExtraParameter(key, value) ​

  • key string - Parameter key, must be no longer than 39 bytes.
  • value string - Parameter value, must be no longer than 127 bytes.

Set an extra parameter to be sent with the crash report. The values specified here will be sent in addition to any values set via the extra option when start was called.

Parameters added in this fashion (or via the extra parameter to crashReporter.start ) are specific to the calling process. Adding extra parameters in the main process will not cause those parameters to be sent along with crashes from renderer or other child processes. Similarly, adding extra parameters in a renderer process will not result in those parameters being sent with crashes that occur in other renderer processes or in the main process.

Note: Parameters have limits on the length of the keys and values. Key names must be no longer than 39 bytes, and values must be no longer than 20320 bytes. Keys with names longer than the maximum will be silently ignored. Key values longer than the maximum length will be truncated.

crashReporter.removeExtraParameter(key) ​

Remove an extra parameter from the current set of parameters. Future crashes will not include this parameter.

crashReporter.getParameters() ​

Returns Record<string, string> - The current 'extra' parameters of the crash reporter.

In Node child processes ​

Since require('electron') is not available in Node child processes, the following APIs are available on the process object in Node child processes.

process.crashReporter.start(options) ​

See crashReporter.start() .

Note that if the crash reporter is started in the main process, it will automatically monitor child processes, so it should not be started in the child process. Only use this method if the main process does not initialize the crash reporter.

process.crashReporter.getParameters() ​

See crashReporter.getParameters() .

process.crashReporter.addExtraParameter(key, value) ​

See crashReporter.addExtraParameter(key, value) .

process.crashReporter.removeExtraParameter(key) ​

See crashReporter.removeExtraParameter(key) .

Crash Report Payload ​

The crash reporter will send the following data to the submitURL as a multipart/form-data POST :

  • ver string - The version of Electron.
  • platform string - e.g. 'win32'.
  • process_type string - e.g. 'renderer'.
  • guid string - e.g. '5e1286fc-da97-479e-918b-6bfb0c3d1c72'.
  • _version string - The version in package.json .
  • _productName string - The product name in the crashReporter options object.
  • prod string - Name of the underlying product. In this case Electron.
  • _companyName string - The company name in the crashReporter options object.
  • upload_file_minidump File - The crash report in the format of minidump .
  • All level one properties of the extra object in the crashReporter options object.
  • getLastCrashReport
  • getUploadedReports
  • getUploadToServer
  • setUploadToServer
  • addExtraParameter
  • removeExtraParameter
  • getParameters
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  • crashReporter.getParameters
  • crashReporter.addExtraParameter
  • crashReporter.removeExtraParameter
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