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I guess it's possible that the URL behind the black bar doesn't match the actual URL used for the exploit - further obscuring. It might be too easily guessable if it's short, no matter the censorship. And editing the URL would make the seal look like the above. Sure, it's fake, but there's a not too unreasonable explanation as to why it might not be fake fake and why he'd have made that mistake and thought it not to be relevant enough (or just didn't notice) for the central authenticity of the claim to be challenged.

It's absolutely possible it's fake. But it's also yet possible that it's not.

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