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`robots.txt` file on subdomains #288

m9491400382 opened this Issue Oct 17, 2017 · 1 comment


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m9491400382 commented Oct 17, 2017

  1. Upload your original project to surge. The project should have "robots.txt", of course.
  2. Then, visit your website. Add "/robots.txt" to your URL.

Expected result:
Your robots.txt data.

Actual result:

User-agent: *
Disallow: / is clearly doing "data tampering".


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sintaxi commented Oct 17, 2017

For obvious reasons we don't permit search engine indexing on our own domain with other users content. Using a throwaway account to file this issue does not compel me believe the policy is incorrect. A robots.txt works as expected with a custom domain.

@sintaxi sintaxi closed this Oct 17, 2017

@sintaxi sintaxi changed the title [Attention! Data tampering] is modifying your "robots.txt" file `robots.txt` file on subdomains Oct 17, 2017

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