sync with upstream

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Jeff Cliff 6 years ago
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      cloudflare-list.txt

@ -1,10 +1,4 @@
vendicalapace.net
freemyapps.com
sgtreport.com
clausewitz.com
drewherring.net
junkee.com
plenteousveg.com
10minutemail.com <- oh no! mailinator.com and maildrop.cc too. there's guerrillamail.com and getairmail.com w/o clownflare.
131001.net
1337x.to
@ -87,6 +81,8 @@ bestvpn.com
bestvpn.c om
beyondchronic.com
biljoljupci.com
bitbond.com
bitcasino.io
bitcoinblackfriday.com
bitcoin.de
bitcoinist.net
@ -95,11 +91,14 @@ bitcoinmagazine.com
bitcoinstats.com
bitcoints.com
biteasy.com
bitminter.com
bitpay.com <= torproject uses those slimeballs <https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/18911>
bitquick.co
bitsharestalk.org
bitsofco.de
bizpacreview.com
blackhat.com
blockchain.com
blockexplorer.com
blocktrail.com
blog.cloudflare.com
@ -143,6 +142,7 @@ centrelink.gov.au (custom CloudFlare block page)
cepr.net
cex.io
change.org (we could start a petition on change.org to ask change.org to unblock tor - done, https://www.change.org/p/change-org-change-org-stop-using-cloudflare tweet at @jeffcliff1 for wording suggestions )
change.org (we could start a petition on change.org to ask change.org to unblock tor - done, https://www.change.org/p/change-org-change-org-stop-using-cloudflare tweet at @jeffcliff1 for wording suggestions ) Forget them; promote their competitors instead (care2, openpetition,etc). BTW, change.org was a lousy place to put the petition. Better to petition change.org from openpetition. But it's a bad idea anyway b/c it can backfire-- if they whitelist tor, that's even worse b/c it feeds CloudFlare and damages the boycott against change.org. Boycotting is better when there are good competitors.
chathamhouse.org
chat.hr
chaturbate.com
@ -159,6 +159,7 @@ cityam.com
cjfe.org
clarionproject.org
classically.me
clausewitz.com
cleanfiles.net
clicanoo.re
climateatlas.ca
@ -172,6 +173,7 @@ coinbase.com
coindesk.com
coingecko.com
coinjournal.net
coinmama.com
coinmarketcap.com
cointelegraph.com
coinworker.com
@ -254,9 +256,11 @@ downloader-apk.com
doximity.com
drakulastream.eu
dreamwidth.org
drewherring.net
drmaciver.com
dwarfpool.com
e27.co
e621.net
early-retirement.org <= recently joined the CF walled garden
ebooktake.in
echtlustig.com
@ -299,6 +303,7 @@ fee.org
femdomvip.com
fightforthefuture.org
filmovita.com
fitinjehoofd.be <= class assignment requires students to visit this CFd page. Not sure what's on that page-- I don't do captchas, so I'm skipping the assignment.
fixmynix.com
flightradar24.com
floppingaces.net
@ -316,9 +321,11 @@ fproxy.net
freeanons.org
freechelsea.com
freedomdaily.com
freedomhacker.net
freedomoutpost.com
freelists.org
freemusicarchive.org
freemyapps.com
free.niooz.fr
freenode.net
frontpagemag.com
@ -336,6 +343,7 @@ gapminder.org
gatesoneinstitute.org
gay.hr
gaynewsnetwork.com.au
gdax.com
gdssecurity.com
geek.hr
geeksided.com
@ -380,6 +388,7 @@ hamariweb.com
hanzresolver.com
happybearsoftware.com
harbourfest.ca
havebitcoin.com
havelockinvestments.com
hdz.hr
healtheternally.com
@ -456,6 +465,7 @@ johnpilger.com
jotform.com
journals.cambridge.org
jquery.com
junkee.com
justanswer.com
jvns.ca
kapaljka.com
@ -549,6 +559,7 @@ mixmag.net
mixxx.org
mmo-champion.com
mnx.io
mochahost.com
modeling-languages.com
modernfarmer.com
moquet.net
@ -632,6 +643,7 @@ passportindex.org
pastebin.com
pastebin.com <= there are copious pastebin alternatives, so promoting the alternatives is better than trying to turn pastebin
pastehtml.com (only the homepage is CloudFlared - internal pages on the same domain are not CF'd - e.g.http://pastehtml.com/view/bscbw9x5i.html) If someone knows of alternatives to pastehtml please mention them here
paticik.com
patreon.com
patreon.com <- the great "platform" everyone's talking about and what, no https and clownflared? go FUCK yourselves, this is fucking 2016
patrikagroup.in
@ -654,6 +666,7 @@ pixelbeat.org
plannedparenthood.org
playrust.com
pleated-jeans.com
plenteousveg.com
pnc2017.com
pokemonshowdown.com
pokerpro.cc
@ -699,6 +712,7 @@ quantamagazine.org
qubes-os.org
qubes-os.org not anymore 2016/08
quilljs.com
quizlet.com <= used by (naive) teachers.. not good to have cloudflare blocking educational material
quizzstar.com
qwertee.com
qzzr.com
@ -763,6 +777,7 @@ seqanswers.com
serijex.com
serversupportforum.de
setimes.com
sgtreport.com
shapeshift.io <= bitcoin exchange. We should be publicly ridculing bitcoin companies that use CloudFlare because people's money is at risk (exposed to MitM). The danger w/btc over CloudFlare is substantial.
shapeshift.io <= bitcoin exchange. We should be publicly ridculing bitcoin companies that use CloudFlare because people's money is at risk (exposed to MitM). The danger w/btc over CloudFlare is substantial. ~> discussion page
shark-tank.com
@ -813,6 +828,7 @@ studentsforliberty.org
stuffdutchpeoplelike.com
suborbital-systems.net
sunnahonline.com
swappa.com <= lists devices with free OSs preinstalled. If you find a replacement site for that info, please update this wiki => https://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:Giving_Guide_2012#Hardware
swft.so (swiftsocial.com URL shortener)
swiftsocial.com
swiss-miss.com
@ -930,6 +946,7 @@ usklicnik.com
usuncut.com
utopia.de
vancouverobserver.com
vendicalapace.net
vessenes.com
vgy.me
viget.com
@ -982,6 +999,7 @@ xda-university.com <= the mods abuse their power on xda-developers.com to a grea
xda-university.com <= the mods abuse their power on xda-developers.com to a great extent. With censorship rampant, there's little hope for them. Better to promote usenet group comp.mobile.android instead +1 you can't even discuss the format used to store IMEI there. a board where the powers that be have that much influence is no damn good -> discussion page
yatse.tv
yohost.org
youcaring.com
yourbittorrent.com
zadovoljna.hr
zaufanatrzeciastrona.pl

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