What the heck does this mean in the url?


#1

Also, why the heck is the city am not secured?


Anything puzzling you currently? Would you currently describe yourself as "puzzled" about something?
#2

Just sticker over your webcam and never log into your online banking again and you’ll be fine.

Probably Russia.


#3


#4

Is it like one of their developer’s test sites rather than the actual live site? Our devs have test versions of our site they can do stuff to, but it’s on a separate server and not accessible on the wider internet.


#5

poss, but didn’t think it’d let me access it (the reporter posted that link on tweeter)


#6

Someone’s fucked up the load balancer config?


#7

Even with a load balancer, if the servers themselves are exposed to the internet, then linking directly will bypass them and still work. If it was in a tweet from a reporter then probably they’ve just been an idiot.

Why a dev environment would be accessible to the public is baffling though.


#8

If the dev shared a link to their site with the reporter and then they tweeted it?


#9

Allow me to revise my suggestion:

Someone’s fucked up


#10

I’ve no idea, maybe reporters have access and just tweeted out the wrong link. We have a back-end site but obv this isn’t it for them.

I have no idea tbh.


#11

Probably a slack issue. Just slack it on the stack overflow m12.


#12

The flux capacitor is broken


#13

Someone essential cranked down the dial.


#14

you can still access the website via this http://dev2.cityam.com/


#15

Have you tried turning it off and on again?


#16

I’d probably try the post office instead

https://www.lloydsbank.com/banking-with-us/banking-at-the-post-office.asp