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Not disclaimer but real talk
I'm going to do everything in my power to prevent script-kiddie-botnet-army-warriors-from-who-knows-where-in-the-world-secret-nation-state-militia from dropping dogecoin miners on my site but even with all the measures I've taken they might still succeed so always assume everything is compromised and nothing is safe, that's how I roll. If I share something it will most likely be from trusted sources such as github code repositories, trusted websites, or official documentation but you never know if the next git commit is going to commit a crime so be diligent and inspect things before using it yourself.
Also, be sure to read what a code snippet does. An example is no-confirmation-prompt flags on a update which may cause issues on production systems. Do not blindly copy-paste!
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