Submission: On November 14 via manual
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2 HTTP transactions
There were HTTP redirects (301, 302) for the following requests:
These URLs were requested, but there was no response received. You will also see them in the list above.
These are the non-standard "global" variables defined on the window object. These can be helpful in identifying possible client-side frameworks and code.
Cookies are little pieces of information stored in the browser of a user. Whenever a user visits the site again, he will also send his cookie values, thus allowing the website to re-identify him even if he changed locations. This is how permanent logins work.
0 Console Messages
This page lists any security headers set by the main page. If you want to understand what these mean and how to use them, head on over to this page
Indicators of compromise (IoCs)
This is a term in the security industry to describe indicators around an attack. This includes IPs, hashes, domains, etc.