user41186 Published in September 19, 2018, 9:12 am
Recently, we renamed the logo of our angular application (website) from something_else.png to logo.png.
Most of the times it appears fine. However, at least on three different instances (where users were on three different internet connections), the users have reported that instead of the logo of the website they see the logo of AIESEC. When they reload the page or view the page in Chrome incognito, the logo comes back to normal.
The Logo is served via s3 [File name: https://<bucket>.s3.amazonaws.com/logo.png, Metadata: Cache-Control: public, max-age=31536000, must-revalidate, Content-Type: image/png, access is open to the world, bucker region: ap-south-1]
Browser in test: Chrome (different versions)
There were no (seemingly suspicious) extensions installed on the browsers of the users.
Protocol: Both http and https
Any pointers on what could be going wrong?
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