When my web server is using port 80, a weird query string is appended to any page my visitors go to and breaks some of my services. I changed nginx to use port 81 and it works fine, without the appending of the query string.
The query string looks like this: http://www.site.com/some/url/script.php?COLLCC=2749699728&
There is nothing in my code that would cause this to happen, especially since it only happens on port 80 and regardless of what web server I'm using (Apache, Nginx, etc). Does anyone any idea what could be causing this?
When I do
print_r($_SERVER), I get this:
[argv] => Array (  => COLLCC=2693200777& ) [argc] => 1
I'm using CentOS 6 64-bit with Nginx + PHP-CGI