The tweet mentions the prevalence of XSS WAF bypass payloads on social media platforms. It highlights that often neither the poster nor the 'liker' understand why these payloads might work or the context in which they need to be executed to be successful. The tweet emphasizes the importance of providing context, possibly through a JsFiddle, to demonstrate the validity of the bypass. This indicates a lack of comprehensive understanding of the technical details behind XSS WAF bypasses.
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