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05/24/2017 02:55:00 PM (12 months ago)
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  • Ticket #35248, comment 10

    initial v1  
    1919 7) It is possible that search engines may find that your resource has a duplicate content, if someone accidentally or intentionally post links to your web pages with a dot at the end of the domain name.
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    21 -- and i think, it is generally a trick, because general public does not know about it, and as a trick it may harm, so maybe that trailing dots should better be denied and turned off in software. in the other hand it may help someone to know out that he used a fake domain (if version with trailing dot is not also faked), but in the other hand it is also a complication that may be bring problems to programmers. seems bad sides are more.
     21-- and i think, it is generally a trick, because general public does not know about it, and as a trick it may harm, so maybe that trailing dots should better be denied and turned off in software. in the other hand it may help someone to know out that he used a fake domain (if version with trailing dot is not also faked), but in the other hand it is also a complication that may bring problems to programmers. seems bad sides are more.