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themusicgod1@eva1.1323:1515617096

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FAQ

@ -5,5 +5,13 @@ A) There is always hope in resistance. Resistance is fertile[1]. Even some of
( unfriendly AI takeover, coopting of the www, NSA MiTMing everything) comes to be, the very act of resistance trains us
to continue to destabilize the dystopic status quo that results. Resist!
Q) I have an idea of a project of how to use this data!
A) Fantastic! But using the data on these lists is outside of the scope of
this repository. Tell us what you use this data for, and we will link to your
project!
Sources
[1] http://infoshop.org/AnarchistFAQSectionJ1
[2] https://www.usenix.org/system/files/conference/woot16/woot16-paper-wustrow.pdf

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# The Great Cloudwall
This repository started as a mirror of https://pad.okfn.org/p/cloudflare-tor (then http://j7652k4sod2azfu6.onion/p/cloudflare-tor and http://j7652k4sod2azfu6.onion/p/cloudflare-philosophy )
list of websites that use cloudflare / are behind the great cloudwall(AKA that use Cloudflare).
The Great Cloudwall is [CloudFlare](https://www.cloudflare.com). It is called this in reference to the [Great Firewall of China](http://www.greatfirewallofchina.org/) which does a comparable job of filtering out *some* people from seeing web content(ie everyone in mainland china and some people outside) while at the same time those not affected to see a dratically different web, a web free of censorship of such images as ["tank man"](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tank_Man). Cloudflare similarly prevents those in southeast asia and elsewhere who have poor internet connectivity from accessing the websites behind it(for example, they could be behind 7+ layers of NAT) unless they solve a CAPTCHA.
It is called this in reference to the [Great Firewall of China](http://www.greatfirewallofchina.org/) which does a comparable job of filtering out *some* people from seeing web content(ie everyone in mainland china and some people outside) while at the same time those not affected to see a dratically different web, a web free of censorship of such images as ["tank man"](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tank_Man).
This repository is a list of websites that are behind The Great Cloudwall,
websites who human beings have tried to access and have been [either](merely-using-cloudflare.txt) [blocked](cloudflare-list.txt) [from](cloudflare-tor-hostile-list.txt) or [suspect they will be](cloudflare-tor-hostile-list.txt). Or [Cloudflare's competitors](non-cloudflare-list.txt).
Cloudflare similarly prevents those in southeast asia and elsewhere who have poor internet connectivity from accessing the websites behind it(for example, they could be behind 7+ layers of NAT) unless they solve a CAPTCHA.
There is more details of why what they are doing is wrong available [here](cloudflare-philosophy.txt).
Unfortunately the CAPTCHA they use is NSA/Google's. This poses multiple problems.
1) This CAPTCHA does not always work(especially for those with accessability issues), and when it doesn't work there is viritually no way for them to complain.
2) The CAPTCHA's support of languages is very limited, which makes it impossible for those who do not speak whatever default language to access to the content they are looking for. It's also troublesome to the survival of languages worldwide.
3) This CAPTCHA trains Google's AI, effectively forcing human beings to train an AI.
That AI was is owned by a company that in the past made robots that are designed to kill people(ie Boston Dynamics was purchased by Google, and that is their intent, however Google sold Boston Dynamics in 2017).
Even though Google may or may not make [Asimov-incompatible](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3yIarp3J2o) robots post 2017, [Google still can be counted on to be a poor candidate for friendly AI](https://when.google.met.wikileaks.org/)
[Unfriendly AI](https://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/Unfriendly_artificial_intelligence) is an existential risk to mankind and these CAPTCHAs are making it *more* likely that this risk will actually come to be by training.
# What can you do?
There is more details available in [in this repository](cloudflare-philosophy.txt).
What can you do?
* see [list instructions](instructions)
* If you use one of the websites on this list, contact the webmasters if you still can, and tell them not to use Cloudflare.
* Tell others around you about the dangers of Cloudflare.
* If they can't leave CloudFlare(perhaps they are merely tech support at the website, and management has decreed that Cloudflare MUST be used) get them to exercise option to whitelist Tor without changing to the "basic level of security" within Cloudflare's options. CloudFlare customers can use this tool(?) to whitelist tor. Advise them, however, that using CloudFlare(or any Cloudflare-like competitors, see [philosophy](cloudflare-philosophy.txt) and [non-cloudflare list](non-cloudflare-list.txt) ) exposes readers/viewers/customers to a giant supplier MitM. This is a questionable practice, regardless of whitelists.
* Tell others around you about the dangers of Cloudflare.
* Help improve this repository, both the lists, the arguments against it and the details
* Document and make very public where things go wrong with Cloudflare (and similar companies), making sure to mention this repository when you do so
* Get more people using Tor by default so they can experience the web from the perspective of different parts of the world.
* Start groups, in social media and meatspace, dedicated to liberating the world from Cloudflare.
* Start a coop that can provide a meaningful non corporate alternative to Cloudflare or let us know that there is one
to at least provide multiple layered defence against Cloudflare.
* Where appropriate, link to these groups on this repository - this can be a place for coordinating working together as groups
* Start a coop that can provide a meaningful non corporate alternative to Cloudflare
* let us know of any alternatives to help at least provide multiple layered defence against Cloudflare
There are [other lists](https://github.com/pirate/sites-using-cloudflare), but this one is one where every entry on the list a human being has actually tried
to go to, and been blocked.
to go to, and has been blocked.

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@DEPRECATED - will be moving to two seperate files soon.
pjmedia.com
naturalnews.com
computerworlduk.com
defdist.org
defcad.org
popsubculture.com
aacrjournals.org
honesttopaws.com
10minutemail.com <- oh no! mailinator.com and maildrop.cc too. there's guerrillamail.com and getairmail.com w/o clownflare.
131001.net
131002.net
@ -27,6 +18,7 @@ honesttopaws.com
8ch.net
99bitcoins.com
9flats.com
aacrjournals.org
actionnetwork.org
act.oxfam.org (oxfam.org seems ok)
adamcod.es
@ -280,6 +272,7 @@ collective-evolution.com
collectivelyconscious.net
com.co
comingle.io
computerworlduk.com
conceptualrevolutions.com
congress.gov
connectinghappinessandsuccess.com
@ -344,8 +337,11 @@ debtmoney.xyz
decentsecurity.com <= bit disappointing twtr user @SwiftOnSecurity uses CF
decryptedmatrix.com
deepdotweb.com
defcad.org
defdist.org
defense-update.com
defoo.org
@DEPRECATED - will be moving to two seperate files soon.
designboom.com
desmogblog.com
desmog.ca
@ -607,6 +603,7 @@ hlmeeting.com
Hmarivebkcom
hokstad.com
holytransaction.com
honesttopaws.com
hookers.nl
host.org
hotair.com
@ -864,6 +861,7 @@ nationalreview.com
nation.co.ke
nationstates.net
naturallysuperior.com
naturalnews.com
naturalsociety.com
natura-sciences.com
navyseals.com
@ -976,6 +974,7 @@ pirateparty.org.au
pirateunblocker.com
pixelbeat.org
pixelcanvas.io
pjmedia.com
planetnatural.com
plannedparenthood.org
playframework.com
@ -989,6 +988,7 @@ politicsbreaking.com
poljoprivredni-forum.com
poloniex.com <- custom page: ONE MORE STEP
pony.town
popsubculture.com
populationpyramid.net
postimage.org <= pic-upload.de alternative also CFd
postpartumprogress.com

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from the wiki:
= Productivity and safety through the CloudFlare!
= Torblocks Philosophy
Torblocks Philosophy
1) Have fun!
What is the darknet if not the (parts of the?) net that doesn't like to be accessed?
2) What is the darknet if not the (parts of the?) net that doesn't like to be accessed? That would make Cloudflare (and its competitors with similar business practices) and all their customers (ie everyone on this list) part of the dark net.
This is the new pad for all tangents and rants from
https://pad.okfn.org/p/cloudflare-tor
https://pad.okfn.org/p/noncloudflare-torblocks
3) Read this ticket https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/18361
Have fun!
0. Read this ticket https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/18361
one guy, marek apparently from Clownflare, utters unapologetic remarks that should come as no surprise.
"I will restrain myself and not comment on the political issues Jacob raised. I'll keep it technical."
hey, in times of mass surveillance, technology is political. money is political. therefore Clownflare's policy is political. so?
@ -20,12 +17,12 @@ BTW someone quickly wrote a (unhelpful & biased & not in-depth researched, rathe
There's also the rather amusing fact that Tor trac bugtracker also required CAPTCHAs (which was commented on several times) and the less amusing fact that these came from freakin' Google.
0. Lies, damn lies and statistics
2.1) Lies, damn lies and statistics
especially if you make up the "ground truth" to suit your own smear campaign ...
https://blog.torproject.org/blog/trouble-cloudflare
Cloudflare is a wilfully malicious actor, there can be no more doubt.
1. Unamed's take on the situation:
2.2) Unamed's take on the situation:
Praise the awesome wisdom of blocking Tor access to websites!!!
There must be some advantage. Something? Anything? Some rational explanation?
@ -72,7 +69,6 @@ B: works for me
You see, it all makes sense.
Imagined conversation with clownflare management. Dunno if it's entirely fair: there seem to be some genuinely Tor-friendly tech people on their payroll. Anyway, it reflects my perception of clownflare management not giving a shit (the problem started appearing in 2014). So sue me, corporate dinosaurs.
A: Care to comment on this Tor captcha business?
C: We're committed to providing best possible service for our customers.
@ -97,42 +93,43 @@ B: Has anyone ever successfully DDOS'd anything from within tor? outside of hidd
tor loud and clear.
The ticket on Tor trac offers some insight. It seems to be about forum spam (the "threat scores" originate with "Project Honey Pot", which labors under the drastic oversimplifying assumption that maintaining long term IP based address scores is somehow a sensible approach - invalidated by communal exit nodes of all stripes and colors and even carrier-grade NATs, as people have pointed out) port scans (how the hell is that abuse? run a public server and expect a "safe space" no matter how bad your security? seriously it's hard to understand why someone who needs to be protected from port scans wants to run their own domain on their own fucking servers. there's lots of hosters that will expertly & gladly solve these problems in-house), SQL injections (again, responsiblity of the guys who made the website!!!) and so on.
2. The wikimedia way
3) The wikimedia way
Even as a registered user in good standing, exemption from the Tor block has to be requested through a bureaucratic process (even though Wikipedia is "not a bureaucracy") and will be granted under exceptional circumstances only. I completely fail to see the rationale. this is probably an artefact of the blocking system they use to bar anonymous vandals from editing Wikipedia, viz. the unblocking process might be messy to perform, behind the scenes, I don't know. The upshoot for me as a user is that they regard Tor use as "exceptional" and not a normal thing. The result is that errors I notice on Wikipedia pages while using TBB go uncorrected. They even block paid vpn servers as "open proxies". Seems like they just do not want help. Because in times of NSA they should expect that clever people hide from spying. Precisely. It's a crying shame, though. Maybe the wikipedia of the future will use gnunet-git/freenet/i2p-lafs based backend. I will never donate to wikimedia again unless they come up with a concept for letting users contribute over Tor and other banned proxy networks (not "exceptionally", but casually) OR hell freezes over. Until then, I don't feel they deserve the money. Dear Jimmy, figure this one out first. There's gotta be a good way. This isn't "security". WORST OF ALL, It doesn't even stop rotten people from manipulating Wikipedia. It's not helpful. OK?
Has anyone seen the greenstadt(?) talk on the value of anonymous contributions yet?
4) Unfortunately the CAPTCHA they use is [NSA/](https://www.facebookcorewwwi.onion/jeff.cliff/posts/10154477661637909)Google's. This poses multiple problems.
For starters, this CAPTCHA does not always work(especially for those with accessability issues), and when it doesn't work there is viritually no way for them to complain.
5) The CAPTCHA's support of languages is very limited, which makes it impossible for those who do not speak whatever default language to access to the content they are looking for. It's also troublesome to the survival of languages worldwide.
3. clownflare vs. non clownflare (homespun or other 3rd party blocklists e.g. against forum spam which overblock tor)
6) clownflare vs. non clownflare (homespun or other 3rd party blocklists e.g. against forum spam which overblock tor)
"Overall there seem to be far fewer sites that impede (reading, not posting!) access via Tor without Cloudflare than with Cloudflare. It is of course still a deeply flawed and misguided (and clueless, as the stupid little messages about "security reasons" or "viruses" (how cute ...) etc. show) policy, but unlike Cloudflare which has its tendrils everywhere and MITMs large swathes of the web for the NSA, small-scale blocking alone probably wouldn't drive a lot of would-be casual Tor users back into the arms of mass surveillance. Nevertheless it's annoying and site owners should rethink their approach."
3.1 at least we have technical people marginally friendly to tor within cloudfare...whatever company inevitably buys out/replaces cloudfare we're going to be in rougher shape. What can we do now to save pain later?
6.1) at least we have technical people marginally friendly to tor within cloudfare...whatever company inevitably buys out/replaces cloudfare we're going to be in rougher shape. What can we do now to save pain later?
change the architecture of the web ...
4. it's censorship and sabotage, plain and simple
7) it's censorship and sabotage, plain and simple
(from cloudflare-tor discussion at bottom of pad: once I wrote "Q: Tor blocks amount to (collateral, in -hopefully- rare cases deliberate) censorship (corporate censorship in the Cloudflare case) against users of a network which is amongst other things a censorship circumvention tool. How twisted is that!? I think I'll set up another etherpad for anti-Cloudflare rants (or open pro- contra- debates and fact checking on the role of Cloudflare and their ilk regarding monopolies, surveillance, analytics, censorship, data ownership (just take a passing look at their official policy, you'll see what I mean) and so on) so we can keep this one neutral ... I'm really angry.". now, wanting to substantiate that with an excerpt of their data use terms, was denied request for https://www.cloudflare.com/terms/ . essentially making my other point on my behalf. stupid, stupid corporate dinosaur ...).
nevertheless, the cloudflare captcha walls serve as a nice reminder of their MitM position. if a corporation gets the power to sabotage a sizeable fraction of the web, that's not good.
4.1 Thinking more about jgrahamc's "We have a simple need: our customers pay us to protect their web sites from DoS" -- which we may as well accept as true, since in practice that is what happens. Given that, and that DDOS is speech[1][2] it's pretty clear that they are a censorship vendor at least on that level. Their customers are paying them to "protect" them from their customer's speech. We can call a spade a spade.
7.1) Thinking more about jgrahamc's "We have a simple need: our customers pay us to protect their web sites from DoS" -- which we may as well accept as true, since in practice that is what happens. Given that, and that DDOS is speech[6][7] it's pretty clear that they are a censorship vendor at least on that level. Their customers are paying them to "protect" them from their customer's speech. We can call a spade a spade.
Might even call it a sustained DDOS attack on readers, ironically. Distributed? Check. Denial of service? Check.
[1] http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jan/22/paypal-wikileaks-protesters-ddos-free-speech
[2] https://twitter.com/haq4good/status/703315998523396096
5. Also its a bit rich to have to prove to robots that we're "not robots". Humans should make machines work, not vice versa.
8) Also its a bit rich to have to prove to robots that we're "not robots". Humans should make machines work, not vice versa.
fits amazon's actual business model perfectly
* Also robots take the test whether we want to or not. As pointed out in the original thread, User agents end up taking the test for us anyway. There is no situation where a human is taking the test that Cloudfare actually cares about, it's turtles all the way down
if I wanted to run a SPAM outfit, I'd find a way to pay humans to do the captchas if OCR can't solve them with enough success chance - I hear this is commonly done. millions and millions of people accept such jobs for want of better alternatives - or build a piece of malware or web trickery to re-route captchas. there goes their main argument.
6. Given the data is going to Alphabet/Google, aren't we training killer robots (formerly owned by Google/Alphabet) to kill people?
9) This CAPTCHA trains Google's AI, effectively forcing human beings to train an AI. That AI was is owned by a company that in the past made robots that are designed to kill people(ie Boston Dynamics was purchased by Google, and that is their intent, however Google sold Boston Dynamics in 2017). Even though Google may or may not make Asimov-incompatible[2] robots post 2017, Google still can be counted on to be a poor candidate for friendly AI[3]
Formerly Google owned Boston Dynamics which meant that such training was more directly going towards military use.
While Google/Alphabet no longer owns *that* company they are stilll involved in the US military industrial complex.
Unfriendly AI[4] is an existential risk[5] to mankind and these CAPTCHAs are making it *more* likely that this risk will actually come to be by training.
The data kraken stops at nothing to collect ever more input to fuel and hone its dangerous fake "artificial intelligence".
It is gobbling up our future byte for byte (while claiming to be doing it because it knows best (TM) what's good for everyone). That's a moral yes.
@ -141,9 +138,59 @@ I don't think that the artificial intelligence need stay fake, if it still even
This is training unfriendly AI, byte by byte Either way, it's extracting labor from humans. One should avoid feeding the data monster[1].
Better still: avoid feeding it *correct* data.
Suggest an experiment: let's write and spread a bot that feeds it consistent but wrong classifications.
Will that degrade the success rate of bona fide solving attempts?
Google could yet be made to choke on its own omnivorous virulent data voracity.
10)
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
11) What can a website do to become more tor friendly user friendly, really?
a) lift the stupid block
b) 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.
c) at least be honest and change the HTTP code to 451 or 406 "Not Acceptable" coz that's what tor blocks are ...
12) We want to implement CloudFlare real security, ie one that is not based on a IP-filter
This might be impossible, since Cloudflare itself is the security hole.
Trusted Third Parties are Security Holes[8].
13) Followup / Further research:
See also
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/org/doc/ListOfServicesBlockingTor
(the purpose of this pad is to provide a more dynamic list)
Tor ticket on broader issues (found it convenient):
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/18361
It is likely that many of the civil society organizations listed on this page
as the CloudFlare "partners with reference to" use CloudFlare.
https://www.cloudflare.com/galileo/
( https://archive.is/hoLuI )
Cloudflare support pages on the topic:
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200170096-How-do-I-turn-the-CloudFlare-captcha-challenge-page-off-
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/203306930-Does-CloudFlare-block-Tor- the C isne
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200170056-What-is-CloudFlare-s-Ba bysic-Security-Level-
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200170116-What-do-the-Threat-Scores-mean-
13) Sources
[1] http://themusicgod1.deviantart.com/art/the-great-cloudwall-1-595382698
[2] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3yIarp3J2o
[3] https://when.google.met.wikileaks.org/
[4] https://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/Unfriendly_artificial_intelligence
[5] https://www.visionofearth.org/future-of-humanity/existential-risks/what-is-an-existential-risk/
[6] http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jan/22/paypal-wikileaks-protesters-ddos-free-speech
[7] https://twitter.com/haq4good/status/703315998523396096
[8] http://nakamotoinstitute.org/trusted-third-parties/

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productivity and safety through the CloudFlare!
This is a collection of websites that you have an error with CAPTCHAs * when you open them through Tor
You can add to the list. (In alphabetical order, to minimize duplicate). What is the reason for this gathering? several. see discussion platform
2016-11-16: re Technical Evolution
I'm trying something experimental here, please have a look: this is me ant to eventually replace the EtherPad
I for one am no longer happy with the provisional EtherPad solution. It's grown too cumbersome to edit
https://github.com/fnordomat/Globalist
-> dead simple use of git and .onions to create a distributed repo for collaborative editin
no more hosting needed, just an ever-changing network of .onions. putting the "D" back in "DVCS" ...
Anyone feeling adventurous? try downloading the script, have a good look at it of course and then try
peering with hw5deh5c4im6obke.onion (post your own .onion, which Globalist generates, here)
r2skudzatpggydyu.onion
and give me a yell if it doesn't work (here or @fnord@quitter.se or @fnordomat@github.com)
I shall set up a cronjob to pull your changes every 1/2 hour maybe and we'll see how it goes
-> anyone can git pull git://hw5deh5c4im6obke.onion/repo.git, and I'll pull back your changes. my little script just helps set this up
-> of course the repo can additionally be hosted somewhere "official" but why depend on it?
after that, let's improve the script and once it's out of alpha phase, decentralize!
Remarks:
- git blame can presumably be used to colorize contributions later
- no need to run it all the time, unsuccessful pull is not a problem (conditionally allow push in later version?)
got a better idea?
This pad was previously https://pad.okfn.org/p/cloudflare-tor (Transfer from -.? For OKFN, the * open * knowledge base is not less Whose knowledge CloudFlare's T OT cloudflared.)
Non-Cloudflare Torblocks here: https://pad.systemli.org/p/noncloudflare-torblocks or HTTP: //j7652k4sod2azfu6.onion/p/noncloudflare-torblocks
It seems, OKFN finally got the message !!! 2016/06/13. Of course, I do not propose to go back. Just Gl in the village they UNB l ocked it now .
Cloudflare support pages on the topic:
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200170096-How-do-I-turn-the-CloudFlare-captcha-challenge-page-off-
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/203306930-Does-CloudFlare-block-Tor- the C isne
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200170056-What-is-CloudFlare-s-Ba bysic-Security-Level-
https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200170116-What-do-the-Threat-Scores-mean-
Tor ticket on broader issues (found it convenient): https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/18361
CloudFlare customers can reportedly make a CAPTCHA, less likely, by reducing their installation "The basic level of security."
-> We probably do not want the client to a lower level of security. We want to implement CloudFlare real security, ie one that is not based on a IP-filter .
CloudFlare exercises option to whitelist Tor without changing the "basic level of security." Please encourage CloudFlare customers use this tool Tor whitelist while advising them that exposing readers to a giant supplier MitM is questionable practices, regardless of whitelests .
Some websites do not block all of the output nodes. If you think that your web site to the white list the Tor, please check the many exit nodes Webiste before adding to the list of white lists.
You can find a list of ex-CloudFlare blocks here: https://pad.systemli.org/p/ex-cloudflare-tor <- it has disappeared from - 30 days of inactivity, apparently. Someone - anyone got version ?
! Be careful! Seeing reCAPTCHA does not mean that the site is blocked by CloudFlare. Before entering the URL of the blocked site on the list, check if the blocked page says "one more step" as the title, and has a string
Ray ID CloudFlare: 299472c7c9783c1d • Your IP: 178.20.55.16 • Performance & Safety by CloudFlare
at the bottom of the page.
Some sites use custom page CloudFlare unit. The only way to detect it is to find CloudFlare JavaScript, or Ray ID as a CAPTCHA .
New business - model CloudFlare is gaining popularity: (-> transition to noncloudflare-torblocks)
www.indiegogo.com made inaccessible " distilled networks "
www.distilnetworks.com (which of course is also available).
This "bot detection" equipment. Page Block says that "anomaly detected" and asks for the name and email address / distorted.
"The anomaly is detected." Brave New World .
It is likely that many of the civil society organizations listed on this page as the CloudFlare "partners with reference to" use CloudFlare. Argh ... see discussion platform .
https://www.cloudflare.com/galileo/ -> https://archive.is/hoLuI
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* Technical evolution of the list: *
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Mirrors / fork of the list :
upstream:
http://j7652k4sod2azfu6.onion/p/cloudflare-tor
forked during the seemingly multi-day outage
http://git.vola7ileiax4ueow.onion/fuckcloudflare/cloudflare-tor/ (new, not GitHub repo) -> more durable and machine-editable list in the nice git in the near future, can also serve as an observatory distribued / basis for the browser plugin / framework for marking the search engine! but only if you use a - a reputation system ... (reputation system can help in the future, but currently there is no need for him: submit pull requests to the "official" the GitHub - repo is only need to follow the list and be honest Reach the top of the query). official GitHub is to make the score vola7 ...?
List view (apparently) domain . The TLD [<- elegant comment (s) ]
Tags proposal-- helpful to group sites, if we assume that this project is aimed to the black list to make any actions that get results. For example, free software projects w / ClownFucked web pages can be viewed similarly by "anti-function" tags on various free software directories. So:
* FLOSSp = free libre software project with open source

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'Globalist' project used to be distributed with this project, and is still recommended as an interesting idea.
However since we're mostly on github anyway we might as well keep the two projects seperate
For 'Globalist' see https://github.com/themusicgod1/Globalist
( Upstream: https://github.com/fnordomat/Globalist )
-> dead simple use of git and .onions to create a distributed repo for collaborative editin
no more hosting needed, just an ever-changing network of .onions. putting the "D" back in "DVCS" ...
Anyone feeling adventurous? try downloading the script, have a good look at it of course and then try
peering with hw5deh5c4im6obke.onion (post your own .onion, which Globalist generates, here)
r2skudzatpggydyu.onion
and give me a yell if it doesn't work (here or @fnord@quitter.se or @fnordomat@github.com)
I shall set up a cronjob to pull your changes every 1/2 hour maybe and we'll see how it goes
-> anyone can git pull git://hw5deh5c4im6obke.onion/repo.git, and I'll pull back your changes. my little script just helps set this up
-> of course the repo can additionally be hosted somewhere "official" but why depend on it?
after that, let's improve the script and once it's out of alpha phase, decentralize!
Remarks:
- git blame can presumably be used to colorize contributions later
- no need to run it all the time, unsuccessful pull is not a problem (conditionally allow push in later version?)
got a better idea?

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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Globalist: manage a global repo via decentral git instances
# you may peer with any number of other Globalist onions
# Think onionshare, but with permanent onion addresses, P2P and DVCS
# Python2/3. Dependencies:
# - stem (torsocks pip install stem / via distro)
# a recent version (>= 1.5.0) is needed for auth
# - git must be installed
# - torsocks must be installed
# - tor must be up and running and the ControlPort open
# Use scenario:
# a) Run Tor.
# b) Run the server in the background and schedule a job for pulling from peers.
# it is a git server that listens on <your-identifier>.onion:9418
# it's to be expected that peers uptime will intersect with yours
# only a fraction of the time.
# c) Globalist.py creates a git, which you may use to push and pull your own changes.
# __version__ = "0.0.5"
import globalist
import sys
if __name__=='__main__':
globalist.main(args=sys.argv[1:])

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# Globalist
Idea: distributed githubless repository sharing. Yes, this is the official home ;-)
Globalist is an attempt to ease the distribution of git repos, away from central points of failure.
Globalist stands for "Global List" and aims at replacing any EtherPads of more than transient value.
Globalist is also meant to evolve into an experimental distributed asynchronous wiki facility.
Nodes can come and go, and network topology only depends on the peers entries in the nodes' config files. Changes that are merged by one's peers propagate by diffusion.
## Usage
Make a new directory and put this in the file ./repo.cfg (when creating a new repository instead of cloning from a peer, the list or indeed the repo.cfg file can remain empty)
```
[network]
peers = <comma-separated list of onion domain names, with or without the suffix .onion>
```
For a public repository, no authentication is needed (option -X). In case authentication is used, prepend the secret as follows: somebody:secret@peeroniondomainname.onion
For each shared repo, Globalist will create one .onion service.
## To do
set default commit messages
support signed commits
push?

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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
__version__ = "0.0.6.1"
try:
import ConfigParser as cp
except:
import configparser as cp # python3
import optparse as op
import re
import os
import sys
import json
import subprocess
import stem
from stem.control import Controller
# Usage:
#
# Make a directory.
#
# Put a configuration file repo.cfg listing some peers. Done.
#
# Initialize:
# Either a) (git init repo/) ->
# $ python Globalist.py -i
# or b) (torsocks git clone git://example7abcdefgh.onion) ->
# $ python Globalist.py -c
#
# Have fun:
# Run server
# $ python Globalist.py
# Pull from peers once
# $ python Globalist.py -p
# Periodically pull, don't serve
# $ python Globalist.py -pP 1800
# Periodically pull and also serve
# $ python Globalist.py -P 1800
#
# That's it.
# One can simply check in a list of onions for open peering
# as PEERS.txt ...
# A word of CAUTION: anyone can commit anything
# and there's no mechanism for permanently blacklisting
# malicious peers (although one can simply remove them
# as they crop up and roll back their changes).
#
# A future version of Globalist.py should introduce
# signed commits + reputation system, when the need arises.
# [network]
# peers = example7abcdefgh.onion, example8abcdefgh.onion
# (possibly prefixed with somebody:authkey@ ...)
# when using -b (bare), merge remote changes locally after
# git pull origin remote/origin/master.
DEFAULT_CONTROLPORT = 9151
STATUS = {'peers': None, 'socksport': None}
OPTIONS = None
def git(command):
print (command)
p = subprocess.Popen(["git"] + command)
return p
def make_exportable(path):
subprocess.Popen(["touch", os.path.abspath(os.path.join(path, "git-daemon-export-ok")) ]).wait()
def run_server(config, localport = 9418):
print ("Running git server on %s.onion" % config.get('onion', 'hostname'))
authkey = config.get('onion', 'clientauth')
if authkey:
print ("Client auth is %s" % authkey)
print ("Git server local port is %d" % localport)
print ("You can now hand out this onion to prospective peers.")
print ("It will be re-used anytime Globalist starts in this directory.")
what = "repo"
if OPTIONS.o_bare:
make_exportable("repo.git")
what += ".git"
else:
make_exportable(os.path.join("repo",".git"))
gitdaemon = git(["daemon", "--base-path=%s" % os.path.abspath("."),
"--reuseaddr", "--verbose",
# there could be a global setting enabling write access??
"--disable=receive-pack",
"--listen=127.0.0.1", "--port=%d" % localport,
os.path.abspath(what)])
output = gitdaemon.communicate()[0]
print (output)
# then background this process
def makeonion(controller, config, options):
# stem docs say: provide the password here if you set one:
controller.authenticate()
# todo catch UnreadableCookieFile(
onion = None
extra_kwargs = {}
if config.has_section('onion'):
print ("Attempting to use saved onion identity")
(keytype,key) = config.get('onion', 'key').split(':',1)
if options.o_auth:
try:
print ("Attempting to use saved clientauth")
extra_kwargs['basic_auth'] =\
dict([config.get('onion', 'clientauth').split(':',1)])
except (KeyError, cp.NoOptionError) as e:
print ("No client auth present, generating one")
extra_kwargs['basic_auth'] = {'somebody': None}
else:
print ("Not using clientauth.")
onion = controller.create_ephemeral_hidden_service(**extra_kwargs, ports={9418: options.a_localport}, discard_key=True, await_publication=options.o_ap, key_type=keytype, key_content=key)
else:
print ("I'm afraid we don't have an identity yet, creating one")
if options.o_auth:
extra_kwargs['basic_auth'] = {'somebody': None}
onion = controller.create_ephemeral_hidden_service(**extra_kwargs, ports={9418: options.a_localport}, discard_key=False, await_publication=options.o_ap)
# print (onion)
print ("Tor controller says Onion OK")
if not onion.is_ok():
raise Exception('Failed to publish onion.')
else:
# perhaps avoid overwriting when already present?
for line in onion:
if line != "OK":
k, v = line.split('=', 1)
# we only request the key if the service is new
if k == "PrivateKey":
try:
config.add_section('onion')
except cp.DuplicateSectionError as e:
pass
config.set('onion', 'key', v)
if k == "ServiceID":
try:
config.add_section('onion')
except cp.DuplicateSectionError as e:
pass
config.set('onion', 'hostname', v)
if k == "ClientAuth":
try:
config.add_section('onion')
except cp.DuplicateSectionError as e:
pass
config.set('onion', 'clientauth', v)
config.write(open('repo.cfg', 'w'))
def set_client_authentications(ls):
global OPTIONS
options = OPTIONS
controller = Controller.from_port(port = options.a_controlport)
controller.authenticate()
# is there no sane way to _append_ a multi-config option in Tor????
# control protocol badly misdesigned, nobody thought of concurrent access???!?
controller.set_caching(False)
hsa = controller.get_conf_map('hidservauth')
for authpair in ls:
if authpair['auth'] and len(authpair['auth']):
hsa['hidservauth'].append('%s.onion %s' % (authpair['onion'], authpair['auth']))
hsa['hidservauth'] = list(set(hsa['hidservauth']))
controller.set_conf('hidservauth', hsa['hidservauth'])
controller.close()
def getpeers(config):
if STATUS['peers']:
return STATUS['peers']
if config.has_section('network'):
peerslist = config.get('network', 'peers').split(',')
peers = []
authpairs = []
for peerentry in peerslist:
# extract what looks like an onion identifier
try:
authpair = re.findall('(?:(somebody:[A-Za-z0-9+/]{22})@)?([a-z2-8]{16})', peerentry)[0]
userpass = authpair[0].split(":",1)
if not userpass or not len(userpass)==2:
userpass = (None, None)
authpairs += [{'auth':userpass[1],
'user':userpass[0], # somebody
'onion':authpair[1]}]
peers += [authpair[1]]
except Exception as e:
print (e)
set_client_authentications(authpairs)
STATUS['peers'] = peers
return peers
else:
STATUS['peers'] = []
return []
def clone(config):
peers = getpeers(config)
# FIXME: when the first fails, we should move on to the next..
what = "git://%s.onion/repo" % peers[0]
where = "repo"
how = []
if OPTIONS.o_bare:
what += ".git"
where += ".git"
how = ["--bare", "--mirror"]
cloneproc = subprocess.Popen(["torsocks", "-P", STATUS['socksport'], "git", "clone"] + how + [what, where])
if cloneproc.wait() != 0:
print ("Error cloning, exiting.")
return -1
else:
make_exportable(where)
# Make a local editable repo
git(["clone", "repo.git", "repo"]).wait()
processes = []
for peer in peers[1:]:
processes.append([peer, subprocess.Popen(["torsocks", "-P", STATUS['socksport'], "git", "-C", os.path.abspath("repo"), "pull", "git://%s.onion/repo" % peer])])
for (peer,proc) in processes:
if proc.wait() != 0:
print ("Error with %s" % peer)
def pull(config):
peers = getpeers(config)
print ("Pulling from %s" % peers)
processes = []
for peer in peers:
processes.append([peer, subprocess.Popen(["torsocks", "-P", STATUS['socksport'], "git", "-C", os.path.abspath("repo"), "pull", "git://%s.onion/repo" % peer])])
for (peer,proc) in processes:
if proc.wait() != 0:
print ("Error with %s" % peer)
def fetch(config):
peers = getpeers(config)
print ("Fetching from %s" % peers)
processes = []
for peer in peers:
processes.append([peer, subprocess.Popen(["torsocks", "-P", STATUS['socksport'], "git", "-C", os.path.abspath("repo.git"), "fetch", "git://%s.onion/repo.git" % peer, '+refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*'])])
# ,
for (peer,proc) in processes:
if proc.wait() != 0:
print ("Error with %s" % peer)
def init(config):
global OPTIONS # not needed for read access btw
options = OPTIONS
print ("Initializing ...")
if options.o_bare:
git(["init", "repo.git", "--bare"]).wait()
# Make a local editable repo
git(["clone", "repo.git", "repo"]).wait()
else:
git(["init", "repo"]).wait()
print ("Initialized")
def main(args=[]):
# OptionParser is capable of printing a helpscreen
opt = op.OptionParser()
opt.add_option("-V", "--version", dest="o_version", action="store_true",
default=False, help="print version number")
opt.add_option("-i", "--init", dest="o_init", action="store_true",
default=False, help="make new empty repo")
opt.add_option("-b", "--bare", dest="o_bare", action="store_true",
default=False, help="use bare repos and fetch, not pull")
opt.add_option("-c", "--clone", dest="o_clone", action="store_true",
default=False, help="clone repo from 1st peer")
opt.add_option("-p", "--pull", dest="o_pull", action="store_true",
default=False, help="pull / fetch from peers and don't serve")