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Fingerprinter: CMS/LMS/Library Etc Versions Fingerprinter - Ruby

Fingerprinter

This script goal is to try to find the version of the remote application/third party script etc by using a fingerprinting approach.

Installation

Form source

Inside the cloned repo directory:

$ gem install bundler
$ bundle install

Install on BlackArch:

$ sudo pacman -S fingerprinter

Currently Supported Apps (along with some location/s of versions being disclosed)

Unsupported Apps (along with the reason, useful links & location/s of versions being disclosed)

  • AngularJS - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [Payloads | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • filename or filepath
      • In the comments at the top of the file
      • By submitting angular.version in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • Boostrap - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [CVEs | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • In the Comments at the top of the file
  • ExpressionEngine - Need to be registered to download the latest free core version. No page to DL them all. [CVEs | Exploit DB]
    • Version disclosed from the footer and rss link (generator tag)
  • jQuery - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [CVEs | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • In the Comments at the top of the file
      • By submitting $().jquery or jQuery().jquery in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • jQuery UI - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [CVEs | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • In the Comments at the top of the file
      • By submitting $.fn.jquery or jQuery.fn.jquery in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • Kentico CMS - Need to provide personal details / register to DL the latest free version [Exploit DB | Hotfixes]
    • Main version disclosed from
      • /CMSHelp/ (in title tag)
      • /CMSPages/GetDocLink.ashx (in the Location header)
  • MustacheJS - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • Look for mustache.version in the file
  • MomentJS - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • Look for var v,Aj= in the file
      • By submitting moment.version in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • PrettyPhoto - Fingerprints no needed for that (see below) [CVEs]
    • Version disclosed from the comments at the top of the file
  • SharePoint - Not free / couldn't find a free or CE edition [Exploit DB | Version numbers (not up-to-date)]
    • Version disclosed from /_vti_pvt/service.cnf
  • Sitecore CMS - Need to be registered, not sure if all versions would then be available to DL [CVEs | Exploit DB | Security Advisories | Latest Version Numbers | Version numbers & revisions]
    • Version disclosed from
      • /sitecore/login
      • /sitecore/shell/sitecore.version.xml
  • ThinkPHP - Framework [CVEs | Versions Released | 3.2.3 Potential Remote Shell]
    • Version disclosed from some 404s in the footer, like /login
  • vBulletin - Not free [Sucuri | Security Announcements | Exploit DB]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • generator meta tag and footer copyright in all pages
      • /clientscript/vbulletin_global.js
      • /clientscript/vbulletin_menu.js
      • /clientscript/vbulletin-core.js

Basic Usage Examples

Using all the Fingerprints

./fingerprinter.rb --app-name wordpress --fingerprint http://target.com/blog/

Using unique Fingerprints

With this mode, only the unique Fingerprints (across all the application's versions files) will be tested. This mode is faster than the previous one, and more reliable. However it is possible that an application's version does not have any unique fingerprints (like Apache Icons, which only has 2 unique fingerprints for the version 2.4.4, and none for the others)

./fingerprinter.rb --app-name wordpress --unique-fingerprint http://target.com/blog/

Using passive fingerprinting mode

In this mode, the homepage of the target is scanned for included ressources such as JavaScript files, Images and so on which are then checked against the DB.

./fingerprinter.rb --app-name wordpress --passive-fingerprint http://target.com/blog/

Options

-p, --proxy PROXY                   Proxy to use during the fingerprinting
    --timeout SECONDS               The number of seconds for the request to be performed, default 20s
    --connect-timeout SECONDS       The number of seconds for the connection to be established before timeout, default 5s
    --cookies-file, --cf FILE-PATH  The cookies file to use during the fingerprinting
    --cookies-string, --cs COOKIE/S The cookies string to use in requests
    --user-agent, --ua UA           User-Agent to use in all fingerprinting requests
-d, --db PATH-TO-DB                 Path to the db of the app-name (default is db/<app-name>.json)
-u, --update                        Update the db of the app-name
-m, --manual DIRECTORY-PATH         To be used along with the --update and --version options. Process the (local) DIRECTORY-PATH and compute the file fingerprints
    --version                       Used with --manual to set the version of the processed fingerprints
    --update-all,                   Update all the apps, except the wordpress plugins and themes
-v, --verbose                       Verbose Mode

Example: Add the file fingerprints from /tmp/test into the Liferay DB for the v6.2

./fingerprinter -a liferay --update --manual /tmp/test --version 6.2

Search the Application Database

Along with the --app-name option (or -a), the database can be searched:

--list-version, --lv                       List all the known versions in the DB for the given app
--list-files, --lf VERSION                 List all files related to the version for the given app
--list-unique-fingerprints, --luf VERSION  List the unique hashes related to the files for the supplied version of the app
--search-hash, --sh HASH                   Search the hash and output the app-name versions & file
--search-file, --sf FILE                   Search the file (ie --sf read will return aread.txt, readme.html etc) and output the app-name versions & hashes

Example: List all the unique Fingerprints for WordPress 3.8.1

./fingerprinter.rb -a wordpress --luf 3.8.1

--help

Usage: ./fingerprinter.rb [options]
    -p, --proxy PROXY                                  Proxy to use during the fingerprinting
        --timeout SECONDS                              The number of seconds for the request to be performed, default 20s
        --cookies-file, --cf FILE-PATH                 The cookies file to use during the fingerprinting
        --cookies-string, --cs COOKIE/S                The cookies string to use in requests
        --user-agent, --ua UA                          User-Agent to use in all fingerprinting requests
    -a, --app-name APPLICATION                         The application to fingerprint. Currently supported: apache-icons, chamilo-lms, ckeditor, cms-made-simple, concrete5, django-cms, dnn-cms drupal, fckeditor, joomla, liferay, magento-ce, mantisbt, mediaelement, moodle, phpmyadmin, prestashop, punbb, tinymce, umbraco, wordpress
    -d, --db PATH-TO-DB                                Path to the db of the app-name
    -u, --update                                       Update the db of the app-name
        --manual DIRECTORY-PATH                        To be used along with the --update and --version options. Process the (local) DIRECTORY-PATH and compute the file fingerprints
        --version VERSION                              Used with --manual to set the version of the processed fingerprints
        --update-all,                                  Update all the apps
        --list-versions, --lv                          List all the known versions in the DB for the given app
        --list-files, --lf VERSION                     List all files related to the version for the given app
        --list-unique-fingerprints, --luf VERSION      List the unique hashes related to the files for the supplied version of the app
        --search-hash, --sh HASH                       Search the hash and output the app-name versions & file
        --search-file, --sf FILE                       Search the file using a LIKE method (so % can be used, e.g: readme%) and output the app-name versions & hashes
        --fingerprint URL                              Fingerprint the app-name at the given URL using all fingerprints
        --unique-fingerprint, --uf URL                 Fingerprint the app-name at the given URL using unique fingerprints
        --passive-fingerprint, --pf URL                Passively fingerprint the URL
        --db-verbose, --dbv                            Database Verbose Mode
    -v, --verbose                                      Verbose Mode

Author: erwanlr
Source code: https://github.com/erwanlr/Fingerprinter
License: View license

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Fingerprinter: CMS/LMS/Library Etc Versions Fingerprinter - Ruby
Josefa  Corwin

Josefa Corwin

1659636240

Fingerprinter: CMS/LMS/Library Etc Versions Fingerprinter - Ruby

Fingerprinter

This script goal is to try to find the version of the remote application/third party script etc by using a fingerprinting approach.

Installation

Form source

Inside the cloned repo directory:

$ gem install bundler
$ bundle install

Install on BlackArch:

$ sudo pacman -S fingerprinter

Currently Supported Apps (along with some location/s of versions being disclosed)

Unsupported Apps (along with the reason, useful links & location/s of versions being disclosed)

  • AngularJS - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [Payloads | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • filename or filepath
      • In the comments at the top of the file
      • By submitting angular.version in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • Boostrap - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [CVEs | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • In the Comments at the top of the file
  • ExpressionEngine - Need to be registered to download the latest free core version. No page to DL them all. [CVEs | Exploit DB]
    • Version disclosed from the footer and rss link (generator tag)
  • jQuery - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [CVEs | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • In the Comments at the top of the file
      • By submitting $().jquery or jQuery().jquery in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • jQuery UI - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [CVEs | Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • In the Comments at the top of the file
      • By submitting $.fn.jquery or jQuery.fn.jquery in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • Kentico CMS - Need to provide personal details / register to DL the latest free version [Exploit DB | Hotfixes]
    • Main version disclosed from
      • /CMSHelp/ (in title tag)
      • /CMSPages/GetDocLink.ashx (in the Location header)
  • MustacheJS - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • Look for mustache.version in the file
  • MomentJS - Fingerprints not needed for that (see below) [Vulns]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • Filename of filepath
      • Look for var v,Aj= in the file
      • By submitting moment.version in the Web Dev console of the Web browser on a page where the lib is loaded
  • PrettyPhoto - Fingerprints no needed for that (see below) [CVEs]
    • Version disclosed from the comments at the top of the file
  • SharePoint - Not free / couldn't find a free or CE edition [Exploit DB | Version numbers (not up-to-date)]
    • Version disclosed from /_vti_pvt/service.cnf
  • Sitecore CMS - Need to be registered, not sure if all versions would then be available to DL [CVEs | Exploit DB | Security Advisories | Latest Version Numbers | Version numbers & revisions]
    • Version disclosed from
      • /sitecore/login
      • /sitecore/shell/sitecore.version.xml
  • ThinkPHP - Framework [CVEs | Versions Released | 3.2.3 Potential Remote Shell]
    • Version disclosed from some 404s in the footer, like /login
  • vBulletin - Not free [Sucuri | Security Announcements | Exploit DB]
    • Version disclosed from:
      • generator meta tag and footer copyright in all pages
      • /clientscript/vbulletin_global.js
      • /clientscript/vbulletin_menu.js
      • /clientscript/vbulletin-core.js

Basic Usage Examples

Using all the Fingerprints

./fingerprinter.rb --app-name wordpress --fingerprint http://target.com/blog/

Using unique Fingerprints

With this mode, only the unique Fingerprints (across all the application's versions files) will be tested. This mode is faster than the previous one, and more reliable. However it is possible that an application's version does not have any unique fingerprints (like Apache Icons, which only has 2 unique fingerprints for the version 2.4.4, and none for the others)

./fingerprinter.rb --app-name wordpress --unique-fingerprint http://target.com/blog/

Using passive fingerprinting mode

In this mode, the homepage of the target is scanned for included ressources such as JavaScript files, Images and so on which are then checked against the DB.

./fingerprinter.rb --app-name wordpress --passive-fingerprint http://target.com/blog/

Options

-p, --proxy PROXY                   Proxy to use during the fingerprinting
    --timeout SECONDS               The number of seconds for the request to be performed, default 20s
    --connect-timeout SECONDS       The number of seconds for the connection to be established before timeout, default 5s
    --cookies-file, --cf FILE-PATH  The cookies file to use during the fingerprinting
    --cookies-string, --cs COOKIE/S The cookies string to use in requests
    --user-agent, --ua UA           User-Agent to use in all fingerprinting requests
-d, --db PATH-TO-DB                 Path to the db of the app-name (default is db/<app-name>.json)
-u, --update                        Update the db of the app-name
-m, --manual DIRECTORY-PATH         To be used along with the --update and --version options. Process the (local) DIRECTORY-PATH and compute the file fingerprints
    --version                       Used with --manual to set the version of the processed fingerprints
    --update-all,                   Update all the apps, except the wordpress plugins and themes
-v, --verbose                       Verbose Mode

Example: Add the file fingerprints from /tmp/test into the Liferay DB for the v6.2

./fingerprinter -a liferay --update --manual /tmp/test --version 6.2

Search the Application Database

Along with the --app-name option (or -a), the database can be searched:

--list-version, --lv                       List all the known versions in the DB for the given app
--list-files, --lf VERSION                 List all files related to the version for the given app
--list-unique-fingerprints, --luf VERSION  List the unique hashes related to the files for the supplied version of the app
--search-hash, --sh HASH                   Search the hash and output the app-name versions & file
--search-file, --sf FILE                   Search the file (ie --sf read will return aread.txt, readme.html etc) and output the app-name versions & hashes

Example: List all the unique Fingerprints for WordPress 3.8.1

./fingerprinter.rb -a wordpress --luf 3.8.1

--help

Usage: ./fingerprinter.rb [options]
    -p, --proxy PROXY                                  Proxy to use during the fingerprinting
        --timeout SECONDS                              The number of seconds for the request to be performed, default 20s
        --cookies-file, --cf FILE-PATH                 The cookies file to use during the fingerprinting
        --cookies-string, --cs COOKIE/S                The cookies string to use in requests
        --user-agent, --ua UA                          User-Agent to use in all fingerprinting requests
    -a, --app-name APPLICATION                         The application to fingerprint. Currently supported: apache-icons, chamilo-lms, ckeditor, cms-made-simple, concrete5, django-cms, dnn-cms drupal, fckeditor, joomla, liferay, magento-ce, mantisbt, mediaelement, moodle, phpmyadmin, prestashop, punbb, tinymce, umbraco, wordpress
    -d, --db PATH-TO-DB                                Path to the db of the app-name
    -u, --update                                       Update the db of the app-name
        --manual DIRECTORY-PATH                        To be used along with the --update and --version options. Process the (local) DIRECTORY-PATH and compute the file fingerprints
        --version VERSION                              Used with --manual to set the version of the processed fingerprints
        --update-all,                                  Update all the apps
        --list-versions, --lv                          List all the known versions in the DB for the given app
        --list-files, --lf VERSION                     List all files related to the version for the given app
        --list-unique-fingerprints, --luf VERSION      List the unique hashes related to the files for the supplied version of the app
        --search-hash, --sh HASH                       Search the hash and output the app-name versions & file
        --search-file, --sf FILE                       Search the file using a LIKE method (so % can be used, e.g: readme%) and output the app-name versions & hashes
        --fingerprint URL                              Fingerprint the app-name at the given URL using all fingerprints
        --unique-fingerprint, --uf URL                 Fingerprint the app-name at the given URL using unique fingerprints
        --passive-fingerprint, --pf URL                Passively fingerprint the URL
        --db-verbose, --dbv                            Database Verbose Mode
    -v, --verbose                                      Verbose Mode

Author: erwanlr
Source code: https://github.com/erwanlr/Fingerprinter
License: View license

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Top 5 Ruby on Rails CMS Platforms for 2021

What is CMS - Features & Characteristics

Content Management System (CMS) is used to easily operate and manage your website’s content. It not only rectifies the format for your content but also enables effortless publishing options. For your websites in 2021, Ruby on Rails web development services have their way with excellent CMS. 

For a tailor-made website that has out-of-the-box themes and a unique User Interface, Ruby on Rails development services provide the most worthwhile CMS platforms. To better understand the current need for CMS in the market, let’s discuss some of its essential features and functions. 

  • One-to-one marketing: It is a customer-oriented strategy centered around personalized search suggestions for each unique customer. Certain Ruby on Rails companies have built CMS that include this feature.

  • Enables existing content formats to new electronic formats: CMS does the re-formatting work for you before you publish your content on your website.

  • Enables indexing: CMS helps to index your content resulting in effective keyword searches and SEO optimization.

  • Support tools: Some CMS platforms provide tools like multiple language support, file management, and/or template customization.

  • Enables prefix templates: CMS allows you to prefix templates for your content while modifying or publishing it.

How to choose the right CMS

With the plethora of Content Management Systems available in the market today, it is quite tricky to find the one most suitable for your project or website. The broad two-step advice is to go for simplicity and avoid overloading. Meaning, pick the software that caters to your specific project needs. 

Do not fall for software selling on multiple features as they might result in system overloading. With Content Management Systems, speed and time are of the essence. You don’t want to overload your system with unnecessary bulky CMS software. 

Let’s take a look at the few deciding factors to consider while choosing a CMS:

  • Simplicity

Interaction with your Content Management System needs to be smooth and efficient for all its users. Be it a developer or members of the Digital Marketing team, choose a CMS that is easy to understand and navigate for all department users. 

  • Flexibility

 Consider the flexibility of your CMS software, meaning is there a probability for expanding its features that may be needed for future projects. Instead of buying an all-feature CMS, look for a customizable CMS to fulfill present project requirements and keep future possibilities open. 

  • Purposeful

As explained above, make sure you choose an efficient CMS with the required features in it. Unnecessary loaded features affect the system load and create unnecessary detours of your content and website. 

  • User-friendly

Your CMS should be such that your developers are well-versed with it to modify it whenever needed. As discussed, the CMS should be easy to use for all its varied users at all touchpoints, your first-person for advice should be your developer before you invest in any Content Management System.

  • Performance

 The ultimate goal for any website or content is to gain audience traction. Make sure your CMS is performant enough to tackle the load of incoming traffic on your content and doesn’t cause a hindrance to the primary goal. 

5 Ruby on Rails CMS Platforms for you in 2021

Ruby on Rails development companies bring to the market, by far, the most efficient Content Management Systems. It improves both the user’s and developer’s experience of how they interact with your content or website in general. Even though there are many CMS software available in the market, the ones developed through Ruby on Rails consulting exceed all in their performance. 

If you are looking to build a custom website with unique UI and diversified themes, try and give these enlisted Ruby on Rails developed CMS platforms that we’ve collaborated for you. 

 

  • Refinery CMS

 

Refinery is one of the most famous Ruby on Rails developed CMS and has been in the market for over a decade now. It became an open-source project back in 2009, thereby attracting more developers in the market. It is considered to be the best Ruby on Rails CMS out in the market among developers and users. 

This CMS has multi-language support with about 30 languages available. Refinery is pretty basic but is also easy to extend. It can be bundled with any other Ruby application. It’s an open-source software and available for free of cost. 

 

  • Camaleon CMS

 

Another famous Ruby on Rails-based CMS that allows easy editing of your website content is Camaleon. It has several features to improve the User Interface, including image management, admin panels, blog post uploads, and a few others. It also allows effective content categorization on your website by creating and managing content groups. 

It supports multi-language, and the admin panel is available in English and Spanish. The content, however, can be published in English, German, Italian, as well as French. It is not only user-friendly but also supports SEO-optimization of website content. 

 

  • Comfortable Mexican Sofa CMS

 

This is a powerful and highly functional CMS software that is in good demand among users who prefer Ruby on Rails-based software. Its most famous features support multi-language support and prefix templates. It can also work on multiple sites simultaneously. 

It can undo the change and return to the previous version of the templates. It supports Redactor, Code mirror, and Twitter bootstrap.

 

  • Spina CMS

 

Spina CMS is easy to use. With Spina, editing content on the web should be easy and fun. Most people don’t need to know about templates or HTML. Spina Hides most of the stuff and focuses on what matters most.

 

  • Alchemy CMS

 

Alchemy works with all common databases like MySQL, SQLite, and PostgreSQL. Alchemy is highly scalable. Developers choose Alchemy because they can customize any edits with their coding skills. Alchemy offers multi-level caching with internationalization and localization.

Your website remains secure with the use of Alchemy CMS. The reason is it stands against attacks like XSS, CSRF.

 

Source: https://writeupcafe.com/community/top-5-ruby-on-rails-cms-platforms-for-2021/

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7 Reasons to Trust Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails is an amazing web development framework. Known for its adaptability, it powers 3,903,258 sites internationally. Ruby on Rails development speeds up the interaction within web applications. It is productive to such an extent that a Ruby on Rails developer can develop an application 25% to 40% quicker when contrasted with different frameworks. 

Around 2.1% (21,034) of the best 1 million sites utilize Ruby on Rails. The framework is perfect for creating web applications in every industry. Regardless of whether it's medical services or vehicles, Rails carries a higher degree of dynamism to each application. 

Be that as it may, what makes the framework so mainstream? Some say that it is affordable, some say it is on the grounds that the Ruby on Rails improvement environment is simple and basic. There are numerous reasons that make it ideal for creating dynamic applications.

Read more: Best Ruby on Rails projects Examples

7 reasons Ruby on Rails is preferred

There are a few other well-known backend services for web applications like Django, Flask, Laravel, and that's only the tip of the iceberg. So for what reason should organizations pick Ruby on Rails application development? We believe the accompanying reasons will feature why different organizations trust the framework -

Quick prototyping 

Rails works on building MVPs in a couple of months. Organizations incline toward Ruby on Rails quick application development as it offers them more opportunity to showcase the elements. Regular development groups accomplish 25% to 40% higher efficiency when working with Rails. Joined with agile, Ruby on Rails empowers timely delivery.

Basic and simple 

Ruby on Rails is easy to arrange and work with. It is not difficult to learn also. Both of these things are conceivable as a result of Ruby. The programming language has one of the most straightforward sentence structures, which is like the English language. Ruby is a universally useful programming language, working on things for web applications. 

Cost-effective 

Probably the greatest advantage of Rails is that it is very reasonable. The system is open-source, which implies there is no licensing charge included. Aside from that, engineers are additionally effectively accessible, that too at a lower cost. There are a large number of Ruby on Rails engineers for hire at an average compensation of $107,381 each year. 

Startup-friendly

Ruby on Rails is regularly known as "the startup technology." It offers adaptable, fast, and dynamic web improvement to new companies. Most arising organizations and new businesses lean toward this as a direct result of its quick application improvement capacities. It prompts quicker MVP development, which permits new companies to rapidly search for venture investment. 

Adaptable framework 

Ruby on Rails is profoundly adaptable and versatile. In any event, when engineers miss adding any functions, they can utilize different modules to add highlights into the application. Aside from that, they can likewise reclassify components by eliminating or adding them during the development environment. Indeed, even individual projects can be extended and changed. 

Convention over configuration

Regardless of whether it's Ruby on Rails enterprise application development or ecommerce-centered applications, the system utilizes convention over configuration. Developers don't have to go through hours attempting to set up the Ruby on Rails improvement environment. The standard conventions cover everything, improving on things for engineers on the task. The framework likewise utilizes the standard of "Don't Repeat Yourself" to guarantee there are no redundancies. 

Versatile applications 

At the point when organizations scale, applications regularly slack. However, this isn't the situation with Ruby on Rails web application development. The system powers sites with high traffic, It can deal with a huge load of worker demands immediately. Adaptability empowers new businesses to keep utilizing the structure even after they prepare their first model for dispatch. 

Checkout Pros and Cons of Ruby on Rails for Web Development

Bottom Line 

Ruby on Rails is as yet a significant framework utilized by organizations all over the world - of every kind. In this day and age, it is probably the best framework to digitize endeavors through powerful web applications.

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Comparative Analysis of Top 10 Famous CMS Platforms in 2021

Comparing Top 10 Popular CMS platforms for website development such as WordPress, Wix, Drupal 8.1, Joomla 3.5 to choose the best.

Read this blog here:
https://www.intercoolstudio.com/a-comparative-analysis-of-top-10-popular-cms-platforms/

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