The Origin HTTP Header is a response HTTP header that indicates the security contexts that initiates an HTTP request without indicating the path information. The Origin header is added by the browser and can not be controlled by the user.
Origin: <scheme> "://" <hostname> ":" <port>
This means that there is no origin for the service requested.
This means that the origin if the service requested exists and has https as the scheme and www.geeksforgeeks.org as the hostname.
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