This my homepage. My old homepage is still available. However, I switched to Neocities for two reasons:
Many companies, as a security measure, have been blocking those who access their sites through a anonymization network like TOR, I2P, or GNUnet.
These companies may not realise it’s TOR, I2P, or GNUnet, and it’s an acceptable mistake. But what’s unacceptable is when they intentionally block addresses used by anonymization networks.
Cloudflare assigns high “threat scores” to TOR addresses. It then gives CAPTCHAs of difficulty based on them.
The problem is that, while this may prevent attackers, it puts proxy users at a significant disadvantage. My suggestion to CloudFlare would be instead to assign lower threat scores to anonymity network addresses based on the fact that they are an anonymity network(and represent multiple people). This way we still solve CAPTCHAs, but we don’t need to feel “blocked.”
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