In one browser, I allow only cookies from Linux.org and delete all Cloudflare cookies. It works for a while, but after I restart my computer, Cloudflare asks me to solve the captcha again.Here's my experiment:
Not to be rude, by I try this and it don't work for me. I reset everything on a browser that I rarely use (Yandex Browser), login into my account. After one hour, it ask for a captcha.I've made zero efforts to change anything. I use the site like normal.
It may just not like you, or what your traffic looks like. If you're in a geographic area where a lot of malicious traffic originates, it's gonna be harder on you than it will me.Not to be rude, by I try this and it don't work for me. I reset everything on a browser that I rarely use (Yandex Browser), login into my account. After one hour, it ask for a captcha.
What I'm thinking right now is the Cloudflare cookie (cf_chl_prog) expire after one hour.
I check out from Brave browser > Search for keyword Cookie > Cookies and other site data > www.linux.org > See all cookies and site data > www.linux.org > cf_chl_prog > Expires.
I dont know what zone the board time is set to but I started the thread at 19-52 [board time] Saturday and yes I/We are pissed off but are sticking with it to let Rob & the boys to hopefully find a solution,The topic has run for 12hours and 22 minutes, and has received 74 replies, covering 4 pages.
I can't say that I'm pissed off and although it's a real PITA it only takes a few extra seconds of time so ain't that big of a deal and more of a user inconvenience than anything else imo.If nothing else, it does give a very good indication that the membership of Linux.org is seriously pissed off with the state of affairs.