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The girl on the picture has no connection to me (it was randomly selected).

This is just a test to see how many people will access my profile. On the 28-th of February before posting this picture there were 930 who checked my profile in 2 years and 2 month.

Please do not be disappointed with this test, rather upvote my answers if you like the joke :-).


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
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asked Is it possible to implement a secure game without having a reliable arbiter?
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asked What kind of information can be found from email?
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comment Securing JSON data
Check in wiki what is URL. and then you will be able to understand that in your example it is not in URL.
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comment Securing JSON data
This is not in URL.
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comment Securing JSON data
Data is not passed directly in URL.
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comment Configuration settings for sessions in php
Thank you for a nice explanation
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comment Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
@Ladadadada thanks I add info about domain in my question.
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revised Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
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comment Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
I bought my domain recently so it is completely new and it was not used before.
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comment Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
I am aware that the log from FB can be due to sharing. But as I mentioned there is no URL that are even close to the URL that I see (basically it is completely different). Also there is something strange with Microsoft bing as well.
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comment Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
@Ladadadada can you please tell me where can I check this value? I have some doubts that someone would point his domain to my IP address. My project is pretty new and is not really known.
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asked Strange logs in apache from bing/facebook
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comment Can I brute-force a password hash even if I don't know the hash-algorithm used?
@Pacerier thanks. May be you are right. I asked OP if my answer is on the right track. If no, I would remove it.
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comment Can I brute-force a password hash even if I don't know the hash-algorithm used?
can you clarify in the comment of my answer, whether I am answering your question. If no, I would remove it.