How to make functional rules not depend on an argument?

Consider the following:

rule = f[x] -> Sin[x] 

if I now do, say:

f[y] /. rule 

this does not work, because the rule wants the argument to specifically be x. Of course, I could do:

f[x] /. rule /. x -> y 

but I really would be able to “clean” the rule of the input. As an example, If we use NDSolve to solve an ODE, we obtain a rule of the form:

{f -> InterpolatingFunction["stuff"]} 

this is nice insofar that I can apply this rule to f, where the argument can be anything I wish. So, the question is, If I ALREADY have a rule as above, is there a nice way to “remove” the “[x]” part of all the functions, in the sense described above?

Google console: Warning Hacked with Spam

Hi everyone

I have received the following message in Google console

"Security Issues
Hacked with spam"

"A hacker may have modified your site to contain spammy content. To protect visitors to your site, Google’s search results may label your site’s pages as hacked. We may also show an older, clean version of your site"

The url is…-valmorel.html and the code is as follow

<div class="wrapper container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-xs-12 col-sm-7"> <h5 class="ellipsis "> <a itemprop="url" id="organic_ad_7" class="nu_adlink nu_adlink_281005" href="" target="_blank" onclick="MIGOA.ui.visitAd(&#39;281005&#39;);" data-link-params="true" data-link-type="dates" data-link-storage="true" data-href=" b3JlbA%253D%253D"><strong>St F.Longchamp 2p4 Le </strong>Hameau</a></h5> </div> </div>

There is not footprint of anyone breaching our web security. This is an ordinary code in our website. Thousand of pages shares this code and it has been there for long time

Anyone find any trouble with the above code? Thanks

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Silent install of Oracle XE 11g fails with error -3

I’m trying to install silently Oracle 11g XE in the default location (C:\oraclexe).

PS D:\Profiles\xxx\Downloads\x.x\oraclexe\oraclexe-11.2.0> .\setup.exe /S /v/qn 

However, the command generates a setup.log with an error -3 in it, without more information.

[ResponseResult] ResultCode=-3

I've tried a lot of command alternatives, even by using f1 and f2 arguments, but it still does not work. No matter if it is on Powershell or the command line.

Looks like my issue sounds similar to this question, except the answer resolves nothing.

The normal GUI installation works well.

Do you know how I can resolve this thing ? What does the result code mean ?

Thanks for reading me.