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    Topic:   Server "failed referrer" report  

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      Just looked at stats for my site (via my web host). One page shows “failed referrer report” listing page . However, I’m not sure what this page is when logged into my site and why it’s showing this error.

      Is this non-relevant to viewers or internal page only?

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      MacOS: 10.11.6  (El Capitan)
      Safari  11.1;  Firefox 59.0.2

      PHP 7.1 Fast CGI
      mySQL server: 5.1.56

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      "Uncle Ummie's Journal 3.3.3 (03)" <private>


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      source.php displays the details of a source. But the page name (source.php) on its own will fail as it requires the IS of a specific source and a ged file name. A typical URL would be:

      So no surprise that a URL to just source.php would fail. COuld be a user error, a crude and pointless hack attempt, or something else. But nothing to be concerned about.

      My personal kiwitrees site is
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