an 'at' sign in a url?
Someone explain this to me:
IP address changed to protect the innocent...
but what is the @ sign doing in there, whats it for? I thought it was a
typo, but if I leave it out, it doesn't work.
The only time I've seen an @ used is for user/password authentication.. ie:
This is the first time I've seen it as part of the address itself.
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