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why does firefox send websocket servers ♥Θ when you hit the back button

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i am working on implementing a realtime notification system into my website using the final draft (RFC 6455) web sockets. After coding the handshake portion of both the test client and server i noticed that when you hit the back button firefox sends an extra message instead of disconnecting like how chrome and opera do. Later on, once i had finished the encryption/decryption to my confusion i found that the decrypted code firefox sends is the simple string "♥Θ"... Why? please reply, is it an inside joke? does firefox really love theta?, or am i doing something wrong? Aside from firefox, safari also behaves differently than chrome and opera, I figured i would ask you guys to see if it is meant to happen, or if its something that is going to change. I also had several of my friends test it out for me and the same message was sent for us all.

In short, why ♥Θ ?

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