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Hello. Im no expert in computers but Im currently investigating a website that is claimed to be a scam. Although its very likely that it is a scam I would like to check one thing. Can someone check if this site is running on SQL: www.onelife.eu. It is supposed to be a cryptocurrency company with the "blockchain" hashes and data visible on the site. Well to my knowledge you cant run a blockchain on SQL. If theres something I said that is not technically correct, please dont flame, just answer the questions and Ill be grateful. BTW if this is in the wrong thread, please move. Thanks for the help in advance.


PS. The website is running through Cloudflare if that makes any difference

Edited by jsav, 25 April 2017 - 08:47 AM.

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Cloudflare does make a difference. It's a reverse proxy service. Any queries you run against the URL queries Cloudflare servers, and not the origin server. This is by design. Even if the webserver were running MySQL that's hardly a smoking gun. Many popular website platforms require MySQL. E.g. Wordpress and Drupal.

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