Just to note, the tilda ( ) in the query string that s2Member uses, seems to be somewhat to blame in at least one of these bug reports at HostGator. A tilda ( ) is sometimes used as a URL-safe alternative to the ( ) sign in base64 encoding.
However, we already have plans to strip the tildas off the end of these URLs in the next release of s2Member, in a further attempt to help HostGator avoid this problem, and also, just in case other hosts have an issue with this in the future. In the mean time though, maybe this info will help HostGator with the ruleset changes.
It seems like the tilda ( ) scores quite negatively on HostGator for some reason.
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