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This has more to do with risk management. You do not have any contract with Facebook or Twitter. So you have a risk that they may change the contents of the JavaScript file without you knowing. This can be malicious or accidental, either way you have no control of this risk. So unless you get a contract with the external party which moves the liability to ...


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As a countermeasure against phishing emails. Such emails will look like legit email asking you to change or update your password, but their link will direct you to a false website (still looking as legit as possible, with URL such as micr0s0ft.com: here the letter 'O' was replaced by zeros '0', it looks like "microsoft.com" but it is not "microsoft.com") ...



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