Today I noticed that Google is showing contents of Robots.txt files in the search results. This is very strange and seems like a bug, why show this content to regular user?
The easiest way to reproduce this bug, is to type
inurl:robots.txt in the search box. If I am wrong, and this is somehow useful to users, please leave a comment.
Here is a screenshot:
Software development and programming
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