HTML Decompression Bombs

URLs shown below are leading to HTML Decompression Bombs. If your browser supports decompression method 'gzip' and send this to the server by an extended request header named HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING like Your browser sends:
HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING=gzip
HTTP_USER_AGENT=CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)

URLs to HTML compression bombs

If your browser doesn't support decompression method 'gzip' or a proxy/content-filter inbetween removes this part of your request header, you will see an alternative page.

WARNING: Clicking below on one of the URLs can cause damage to your browser, system or a content-filter inbetween.
ATTENTION: WE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY THIS CLICK!

Autodetecting gzip URL Size of gzip'ed HTML Direct URL Note
bomb-html-char-X-1k 272 bomb-html-char-X-1k.html.gz
bomb-html-char-X-1M 3.7K bomb-html-char-X-1M.html.gz
bomb-html-char-X-10M 34K bomb-html-char-X-10M.html.gz
bomb-html-char-X-100M 335k bomb-html-char-X-100M.gz.gz Because of the possible impact this file is double compressed available on our FTP server
bomb-html-char-X-1G 3.27M bomb-html-char-X-1G.gz.gz Because of the possible impact this file is double compressed available on our FTP server