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osRe

Cloudflare broken on older browsers

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(Not exactly XP related, but I think this subforum fits best, somehow?)

In the last few days Cloudflare's anti-DDoS pre-page stopped being compatible with older browsers like Opera 12 and older Firefox (it fails with "t.eharCundefineddeAt is not a function").

I really dislike how the whims of external companies, unrelated to the actual sites you visit, can force the web's hand. Last year it was Google's reCaptcha that stopped being compatible. Now it's Cloudflare, which arguably is used in even more places.

Doing the "validation" on a new browser then copying the cookie __cfduid seems to work, for now.

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I guess the question on everyone's mind now is, are FF 52.9 / Serpent / New Moon / @roytam1's K-Meleon builds broken too? Is there a test page?

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2 hours ago, Mathwiz said:

I guess the question on everyone's mind now is, are FF 52.9 / Serpent / New Moon / @roytam1's K-Meleon builds broken too? Is there a test page?

Fortunately not

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10 hours ago, Tangy said:

@Mathwiz  There is this site here, they use cloudflare to check your browser.

http://www7.putlockers.fm/

Never had any trouble with NM28, Basilisk 52 or mypal.

It works with Chromium 54 spoofed as Chromium 75 as well, by the way.

You just need to have the TLS1.1 and TLS1.2 update for WES/POS installed and the registry key correctly set in the register.

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