Yeah, I'd be concerned about exploitation. At work, we had been adding internal IP addresses of our public facing pages to make it easier to troubleshoot stuff (figure out which webserver was having the trouble, since they're all behind a loadbalancer), but stopped this practice recently due to the security risks.
Posting info like this publicly is just asking for trouble.
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