Site country on Verified urls

Hi!
I think it will be nice and handy to have the country column in the Verified list of urls. If GSA can identify the country (based on domain tld and others), it will be helpful for guys who aren’t working with xxx,xxx,xxx of urls to avoid certain tlds/hosts. I know it can be done while posting, but I think it can be useful if you want to re-target certain sites/languages.
Not sure if it’s easy or not, but the data is already collected while posting (in the Last Verified).
What do you think?

Why are file urls marked as not secure while https urls marked as secure in browsers?

I understand that modern https protocols are secure enough for an average user.

However, since these protocols need to fetch files from the server while the file protocol just tells the browser to find the file in your computer, I think file protocols are more secure than https protocols.

Thus, why are browsers marking https protocols secure while marking file protocols not secure?

Configure a Google Analytics filter for blog posts when URLs are mixed with other content

I have a WordPress site with a blog section but also a lot of other content, that is not directly related to the blog. Now I want to use Google Analytics and only see the blog traffic, meaning users that click on blog posts.

I know there are ways to filter this, if the blog posts reside in a subfolder, like example.com/blog/my-blog-post, but on my site the link structure doesn’t have that. It’s like this: example.com/my-blog-post

What would be a good way to filter that traffic in Google Analytics? It should also work for any future published posts. I have the Google Tag Manager connected, maybe that might provide a viable option?

Phishing urls from shnpoc.net/McAfee?

I was looking into my websites traffic and found few entries from a subdomain for shnpoc.net domain. And when I looked into it, it was transparent proxying my website.
On checking further, I found this twitter post which states that the domain shnpoc.net is owned by Sky High Networks which is a subsidiary of McAfee.

These are a few more domains:
1. Suspicious shnpoc.net domains
2. Some more

My website URL is not in the list, but it has a similar sudomain, something of the sort of https://xxxx.yyyy.xxx.vignesh.shnpoc.net.

On checking SSL certificate some have Skyhigh Networks Inc. in owners name and some have McAfee LLC

What are these URLs? Are these phishing URLs?

I don’t understand why SHN or McAfee needs to have these URLs? Can anyone help me understand, what’s all this? Whats happening?

Redirect plugin showing ‘/false’ in urls that reurn as a 404

I’m seeing lots of 404s registered by the WordPress plugin Redirection such as contact-us/false. The user agent that’s finding the 404s is Googlebot-Image/1.0

I have Search Console connected to the site and it is not reporting any 404s.

Wondering if these 404s are anything to worry about and what might be causing them?

How can I maintain and automate a list of download URLs with known hashes?

I’m familiar with the concept of downloading a file and manually checking it against a published checksum. See How to verify the checksum of a downloaded file (pgp, sha, etc.)? and Is there a command line method by which I can check whether a downloaded file is complete or broken? for examples.

I would now like to maintain my own list of target URLs and expected checksums, something like:

https://example.com/file.tar.gz, SHA123456... https://example.org/list.txt, SHA1A1A1A... 

…and automate the download-and-check process.

Before I make the mistake of hacking my own solution, is there an established way to do this on a Debian-based distro?

Get friendly terms urls that aren’t included in navi

We are using managed navigation to create friendly urls in our SP 2013 site collection (main site and subsites). Some of the friendly urls but not all are shown in the navigation for the users, but others are just being used to create a page at the friendly url. This is all working.

We are also using the navigation terms as tags on pages. On the tagged pages the terms are rendered with their guids, but not the friendly urls. We want to link the tags on the page back to the pages in the navigation. I found the following code that allows us to get all the terms in the CurrentNavigationTaxonomyProvider or the GlobalNavigationTaxonomyProvider.

var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = ctx.get_web(); var termSet = SP.Publishing.Navigation.TaxonomyNavigation.getTermSetForWeb(ctx,web,"CurrentNavigationTaxonomyProvider",true); var terms = termSet.get_terms(); ctx.load(terms,'Include(Id,Title,FriendlyUrlSegment)'); 

We weren’t using the current navigation (left side) in our site, so we put all the terms we needed lookups for in the “current nav” and this works. But now our design has changed and we need a current nav, but we still don’t want to show all the pages in the nav.

If we uncheck Show in Current Navigation Menu then the code doesn’t return results.

The terms I need are in the Global nav, but not at the top level, and getting results for global nav only returns the top level.

Is there a way to just get the friendly navigation terms from the termstore (or elsewhere) regardless of whether they show in the navigation?

Is there a way to get the entire global navigation termset which includes multiple levels down?

Is there some other way to say connect up “this is tag 63d23990-2cb7-40ef-8a32-ccc-882abe0f6 and it should go to page /site/friendlyname”?