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Ignore them. They look like automated scripts looking for common vulnerabilities in sites on the Internet. You say your site is built using RoR so the server most likely doesn't contain software like phpmyadmin. You won't be affected.
Don't trust the URL... since POSTed data may hide what is really going on. The URL should be treated as a client-side value and should not be trusted anyway. Anyone can easily alter the URL and could easily create a POST to any UserID. Anyone who can guess the route variable names in ASP.NET MVC, can put unexpected data into a controller This can ...
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