Where themselves came from the extra lines in .htaccess?

During a manual backup found that at the root of the site did not appear previously existing file with some old content
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and he and file .htaccess file last modified date has changed on the new
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with my hands I do not exactly could do. neither at that time nor before it.

comparing the contents with the old copy, found the difference (new line highlighted in black):
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I assume that cpanel could voluntarily to do something. but why and why was I not asked?
maybe someone experienced this and can clarify the situation? does it threaten the security of the site?
July 2nd 19 at 17:12
1 answer
July 2nd 19 at 17:14
Solution
Yes, it's cpanel, if there is the option AutoSSL unplug it.

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