What is this appended to a web address

What is this /?&s= when it is appended to a seemingly legitimate website, but followed by a very long number?


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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
yes just another variable in the parsing of the page, it may be some token that is needed to identify that session. (and probably certain action taken). nonetheless, if you worried you can send the URL for scanning
? Designates a query_string that will be set to &s=
Depending on the preceding list, the path

This basically means the config of the site is being passed to a processing script.........

What is the issue you are having
Possibly this is a site that is managed by a content management system.

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