Why do some websites have language specific URLs, when the users still use the .com version?

I’m creating my first multilingual website and I have been looking at examples from other websites. So far I’ve noticed that many popular websites have a .com version and a kr.example.com or example.co.kr version. I know for a fact that people in that country (in my example it’s Korea) still use the regular .com version.

What’s the point of having a language-specific URL if the website automatically determines the language and allows a language selection if they determine incorrectly?

If two websites are on the same server could a hacker use a vulnerability in one site to infiltrate the other?

I have two websites on the same dedicated server.

One is a passion project website that I update sporadically. The second is an e-commerce site that generates some side revenue for me.

I always keep the e-commerce site updated and with current patches. The passion project I don’t keep updated and I know there are a few current vulnerabilities in the code but I have limited time and website is just for fun and doesn’t store any valuable data.

Is there a way for a hacker to use a vulnerability in one website to infiltrate/ the other website?

As I understand it because they are on a dedicated IP address there could possibly be SEO repercussions, but I’m more worried about being able to access files or databases on my e-commerce site.

If this is a possibility what security measures can I make to stop this from happening?

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Using DIRB against form authentication websites

I came across this tool named DIRB which is used to find directories or files on the server. I have a website which has login form authentication and every page will redirect to login page before you sign in. Now how do I know proceed? I saw this parameter named -c but doesn’t seem to be working. I don’t know if I used it correctly. Any ideas on how to use it?

Can websites detect if visitors are logged in to mainstream ID providers and collect their IDs?

Logging in to websites using mainstream IDs (Google/Facebook/Github etc.) by means of OAuth (or similar) has nowadays become a feature that people expect.

Not that long ago the corresponding user experience included popups asking if the website should be allowed access the user’s data from the ID provider. But today even that is no longer a norm: you can login with just a single click (for example, logging in to travis-ci.com with GitHub account).

Setting aside legal limitations (GDPR etc.), is it technically possible for websites to silently attempt to log visitors in with a range of ID providers in order to figure out who is visiting and grab whatever data is grabbable from those providers?

In other words, when I browse websites while logged in to say Facebook, are they technically able to log me in behind the scenes and see my name and whatever Facebook lets them see?

How do websites sell cryptocurrency with fiat payments?

I’m trying to create a platform to sell cryptocurrencies in my country. the way it works is, the user enters my website, select a coin he wants to buy then the amount he/she wants to buy, he pays in our common currency (say USD) and we should send him/her the cryptocurrency he has bought. the procedure is like most of the crypto shops, but the question is how should I get cryptos to sell? say a user wants to buy 5 Bitcoins, how should I have 5 Bitcoins to give him? how do other websites do this? Any help would be appreciated.

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