astrolog.org (The requested URL was rejected. If you think this is an error, please contact the webmaster. Your support ID is: [..])
asos.com (Access Denied. You don't have permission....)
bayesian.org ("greylisted", block gets lifted after form sep 24 )
bestbuy.com (Access Denied You don't have permission to access "http://www.bestbuy.com/" on this server. Reference #...)
bitstamp.net (Error code 15)
bitvps.com (403 Forbidden)
blender.org (times out)
bloglovin.com ("One more step")
bloomberg.com ("Terms of Service Violation")
bodhizazen.net (very enlightened policy ...)
captaintrain.com (403 Forbidden)
civicrm.org ("Your IP address (184.108.40.206) has been identified as a possible source of suspicious, robotic traffic and has been greylisted by Project Honeypot. If you are an actual human visitor who can read simple instructions, you may try getting whitelisted on https://civicrm.org/httpbl/whitelist. Should you have any further problems, please contact us at email@example.com)
clonezilla.org/ (Access denied. Your IP address [220.127.116.11] is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting providers abuse department.) Not all exits are blocked.
codecogs.com ("... This is because your IP address is listed as a source of suspicious behaviour. ...")
codeexperts.com ("if you feel this is in error ...")
coinatmradar.com ("This request has been denied for security reasons. If you believe this was in error, please contact support.")
expo2015.org (403, text about "security rules") <-- wow, accessible from all? exits as of 2016/01/25!!!
fahrkarten.bahn.de (connection interrupted) <-- was glauben die bringt denen das? ist das die neue service-offensive?
fbi.gov (This site has determined a security issue with your request.)
ff3dp.com (Access denied. Your IP address [18.104.22.168] is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting providers abuse department.)
firefoxfacts.com ("security reasons")
flif.info (Access denied. Your IP address [22.214.171.124] is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting providers abuse department.)
forums.freebsd.org/ (Almost all exit nodes, main page is available, but reading a thread results in 403.)
forum.pfsense.org/ (Almost all exit nodes, main page is available, but reading a thread results in 403.) Example: forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=99128.0
forums.whirlpool.net.au/ (Access to whirlpool.net.au from this location has been restricted due to suspicious activity)defectivebydesign.org
foxnews.com (blocks all exits, as well as archive.is. you can use archive.org/web/ to take a snapshot if you really want to read foxnews )
geizhals.at ("Sorry - 429 Too Fast, you are temporarily banned An automated system has detected atypical patterns in traffic originating from from you or the network you are using. To be able to provide our service to all users, your access will be temporarily denied." / 2017-04-15)
gemal.dk ("Access denied. Your IP address is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting provider's abuse department.")
godlikeproductions.com ("your ip address is banned from this website")
google.com (some exits sometimes, sometimes with solvable captchas, sometimes with unsolvable captchas) <= also more disclosure required for signups (e.g. mobile number submission cannot be skipped)
images.google.com (when doing a reverse image search)
gutenberg.org ("Error 403 ... Don't use anonymizers, open proxies, VPNs, or TOR to access Project Gutenberg") loop this insane, wilful stupidity goes on 2016/06. I can only imagine good old Gutenberg rotating in his grave
harbin.org ("blacklisted" sep 24)
adsabs.harvard.edu (project Honeytrap)
hot-topic.co.nz (403 on tor "You do not have permission to access this server. Before trying again, run anti-virus and anti-spyware software and remove any viruses and spyware from your computer." 2015-09-15)
hrs.de (You don't have permission to access "http://www.hrs.de/" on this server. / 2016-08-11)
hubpages.com/ ("403 Forbidden" / 2015-09-10)
ietf.org/ (Error 1006 Ray ID: 2323edfb980c23d2 • 2015-10-08 18:32:38 UTCAccess denied \r What happened? The owner of this website (www.ietf.org) has banned your IP address (126.96.36.199).) (This IS cloudflare, but not the usual CAPTCHA wielding block. seems to work as of 10/23) still happens as of 2016/02/24 from 188.8.131.52 in this instance
ipetitions.com (Forbidden You don't have permission to access /on this server.)
islam-universe.com (Access denied. Your IP address is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting provider's abuse department.)
keyweb.de <- noticed this as a customer. complained to support because they host some of my Tor nodes and suddenly, the FAQ was inaccessible ... and this sends a very mixed signal. they failed to understand that Tor blocks are Not Done & unprofessional but reassured me that the other services are unaffected.
killswitch.pk (this one is about internet censorship ...)
knotplot.com ("[...] is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error [...]")
lastword.at ("403 Forbidden" / 2015-12-29)
lenovo.com (Dell it is, then ...)
libertygb.org.uk (Access denied. Your IP address [xxx.yyy.zzz.xxx] is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting providers abuse department.)
online.liebertpub.com (client IP is blocked because: This IP was identified as infiltrated and is being used by sci-hub as a proxy. Blocked IPs: 077.247.181.165 - 077.247.181.165 --- good luck trying to contact them, the CAPTCHA on their 'contact us' form is impossible)
forums.linuxmint.com (You have been permanently banned from this board. Please contact the Board Administrator for more information. A ban has been issued on your IP address.)
linuxquestions.org (some exits all, in my experience. following the "you can use this key to fix the problem yourself" http://ioerror.us/bb2-support-key?key=... 2016/09/03 unblocked link gets you to "ioerror.us", which otherwise serves the same "Technical Support, you can use this key to fix the problem yourself" shit. according to the "you can use ..." page, blacklisting is from "Project Honey Pot", whatever that is supposed to be. one more link shows that their justification for the block is forum-spam that originated from the exit.)
--Project Honey Pot is a CloudFlare, crowdsourced list of IP addresses that contribute problematic traffic.
livejournal.com (only sometimes: "Access Denied Either you are trying to access a page you do no not have permission to view or your ip address is banned.")
loebner.net some exits ("if you feel this in error")
louis.de ("You don't have permission to access "(...)louis.de/" on this server." / 2015-09-09)
lowtechmagazine.com ("404 page not found" / 2016-05-19)
lufthansa.com ("Access Denied") <-- great if you need to confirm a flight online and have only tails. fuck that
mafgani.net (IP blacklisted)
manta.com (Access To Website Blocked)
meaningness.com ("You have been blocked from accessing this page, because you previously did something that looked evil, or maybe what you are doing now looks evil")
openstudy.com Your IP address appears to have been banned by one of the moderators due to usage policy violation
peacock-panache.com ( "if you feel this is in error..." )
planetary.org ("Not Implemented Tor IP not allowed" (well fuck you ...))
phdcomics.com ("The requested URL was rejected." Hosted through carrierzone.com)
popsci.com (ip listed in the StopForumSpam.com database) 2016-10-28 block still active
Porsche Com ("You don't have permission to access "(...)porsche.com/" on this server." | (...)porsche.de redirects to porsche.com/germany) / 2015-09-09) works 2016/03 Nope. Still blocked 2016-04-03 -10-28
(psycnet.)apa.org ("Access To Website Blocked")
qantas.com.au still blocked 2016-10-28
rijksoverheid.nl (403 Forbidden. But not on all exit nodes.)
rockabilly-radio.net ("Access denied. Your IP address is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting provider's abuse department."; some exits, streaming OK though / 2016-11-26)
safeco.com ("We're sorry, we cannot service your request at this time. If you feel this is an error, call 800...") <= assholes keep it vague, waste our time. Note it's an insurance company, thus interested in keeping track of where you are so they can increase rates when you move to a region w/higher premiums.
samsung.com ("Access denied. You don't have permission to access "http://www.samsung.com/"" / 2016-10-20)
sncb.be (timeout) <= Belgian rail system recently started blocking Tor in the most hostile manner possible. They make no statement and just drop packets, leaving tor users to wait forever until they give up. <rant>great. so in the brave new world "public utilities" now start to silently and as a matter of course discriminate against privacy conscious users on the net. Deutsche Bahn interrupts connection once you go to the ticket reservation page - the love story between railways and surveillance runs deep: the data collection and most of all the execrable CCTV infestation, even inside new trains. all of this would make a great headline: privacy gets thrown under the train as formerly free societies submit to total surveillance.</rant>
statuspage.io/ (Your IP address 184.108.40.206 has been flagged as a scanner. Scanners are not permitted. If you are seeing this message in error, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.)
snowbirds.org/ (The requested URL was rejected. Your support ID is: 10851284974681727906w)
sony.de (You don't have permission to access "http://www.sony.de/" on this server. Reference # ... / same story with different exit nodes)
stefanv.com/electronics/ (Error 403; We're sorry, but we could not fulfill your request for /electronics/usb_charger.html on this server.; You do not have permission to access this server. Before trying again, run anti-virus and anti-spyware software and remove any viruses and spyware from your computer. ; Your technical support key is: ab19-c14e-2b02-1b1f; You can use this key to fix this problem yourself.; If you are unable to fix the problem yourself, please contact stefan at capable.ca and be sure to provide the technical support key shown above. -> same as linuxquestions.org and ioerror.us)
stepstone.de ("You don't have permission to access "..." on this server." / some exits / 2017-02-18)
ti.com (Access Denied You don't have permission to access "http://www.ti.com/..." on this server.)
tocloud.com ("Access denied. Your IP address is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting provider's abuse department." / 2016-12-04)
torjo.com <- "406 Not Acceptable". dunno if it's a tor block but the status code (taken in a self-referential way) is a pretty appropriate comment on Tor blocks ...
torrentfreak.com (reCaptcha on most exits)
tweakblogs.net (some exits)
tweakers.net (times out)
twitter.com <= access granted, but more disclosure required for signups (e.g. mobile number submission cannot be skipped). Accounts that escaped the mobile number submission at reg. are sometimes forced to enter a phone number later if accessed from tor (these accounts are effectively locked until a phone number is supplied) -> too bad for them, everyone with something to say is welcome to join GNUSocial. apparently there's even a twitter bridge in operation
usnews.com (access denied)
usps.com (access denied)
www.veteranstoday.com/ (SpamFireWall is activated for your IP 220.127.116.11)
ricarica.vodafone.it (only that subdomain; also from relays!?)
walmart.com (Access Denied You don't have permission to access "http://www.walmart.com/" on this server. Reference #...) <= sometimes. If you get lucky, and place an order over tor, the bastards later silently cancel the order without notice or reason. Be sure to report "false advertising" to consumer protection orgs when that happens. WHAT! that's a new low. another reason to curse their nonexistent souls that's "security" of the brave new world for you. if you don't meet expectation of normalcy, you can be quietly discarded.
wayfair.com ("Access denied. You don't have permission to access 'http://www.wayfair.com'" / 2017-01-03)
wbai.org (this seems to have been a one-time thing, maybe they are only blocking one exit )
whatthefuckshouldimakefordinner.com/index.php (Access denied. Your IP address [18.104.22.168] is blacklisted. If you feel this is in error please contact your hosting providers abuse department)
forums.whirlpool.net.au (“Access to whirlpool.net.au from this location has been restricted due to suspicious activity.” which is the only response even if you just try to GET/read something there.)
NetZone AG whole address range blocked 22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199
all hosted sites not reachable via TOR like woz.ch (timed out, firewalled)
TIP: to access sites that block tor completely, try using a web archiving service like https://archive.org/web/ (awesome and reliable, but honors robots.txt) or https://archive.is/ (relatively new, run by someone anonymous, does NOT honor robots.txt so it will work with more sites) Nice ... they are officially a museum and thus exempt from some copyright restrictions. Bwahaha ... What also works is startpage.com / ixquick.com "open via proxy" function for a great many pages, for reading it is great but external links get broken and posting is out of question. Or use Tor -> VPN or Tor -> open proxy if the need arises to truly Access a website.
Workaround for the impatient Instead of looking at archived website versions use ixquick.com / startpage.com: They offer a proxy service for search results, apparently returning 403 for some websites. some websites return 403 to them, which is to be expected.
TIP2: Use another proxy between tor and reluctant websites. Usable proxies include https://proxy-nl.hide.me/ and https://www.vpnbook.com/webproxy. thx
What can a website do to become more tor friendly user friendly, really?
1. lift the stupid block
2. set up an onion
http://j7652k4sod2azfu6.onion/p/leurity, but it's conflating securty and protectionism. It is, in point of fact, neither. It's prevention of access by the unwashed masses, thus it is the elitism that only the middle class can hope for -- that which is not elite but bears its veneer. That veneer of the gated community. It is as protected as it is grey and faceless. The cookie cutter designs of the securitized state of exception we're all being tossed into.
*do you mind if we move these discussions to https://pad.systemli.org/p/torblocks-philosophy
or: at least be honest and change the HTTP code to 451 or 406 "Not Acceptable" coz that's what tor blocks are ...