SalmonAction now updates remote URI if it was stale.
After doublechecking two identities so that they match (like one that was previously http:// but now is https://) we update the URI in our database to match. This has to be verified so it's not easy to fool our script and thus make us replace legitimate URIs with fake ones. I believe the callback method is safe, but I'm not sure how well it handles HTTP MITM attacks etc.
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