jfruh (300774) writes "Most day-to-day programmers have only a general idea of how compilers transform human-readable code into the machine language that actually powers computers. In an attempt to streamline applications, many compilers actually remove code that it perceives to be undefined or unstable — and, as a research group at MIT has found, in doing so can make applications less secure." Link to Original Source
Real Users find the one combination of bizarre input values that shuts
down the system for days.