So if you get Process Explorer from Sysinternals and check the properties of the ExeFile.exe (which is the Eve Client) then check the Strings tab you'll get a listing of all the ASCII conversion of the binaries bytes. This can show you what sort of messages are in the binary and it can be interesting to see what messages are in some programs you might run. Here is what I found in the Eve Clients that were interesting. I would like to hear from a CCP dev what its point is in the source code or the history behind it.
1) "/jessica" and "/jessica=%d" - I know a %d is a conversion character for printing integers, but this looks like a executable run option. Whats it used for and whose jessica
2) "Do you want to take a look at this?" - Okay CCP no I really don't want to look at 6 month facial growth between expansions, nor do I want to see the inside of your desk draws. Who knows whats been lurking there for the past 7 years.
3) "I had a minor issue :/" - Really now?! Do tell. How does your minor issue make you feel? Does it keep you up at night like it does me?
Okay pretty much the rest of the conversion is mostly gibberish and non human readable, but I am really curious to know what these 3 are.