i wouldn't be so quick to draw a conclusion on that one... i have various systems in place which could be causing this problem, hence this post to test the water and see who else is having this issue....
gregster wrote: ↑
08 Mar 2019, 16:40
you have a static IP, it could make sense to mail it to the mentioned email address to get it whitelisted - if possible and if this is really the problem.
i have a dynamic IP however i have a domain constantly linked to that IP (whatever it may be) hosting my website www.bugz000.co.uk
i wonder if this is possible to work with...
i use Brave as a browser, strips websites down to raw html and CSS for the most part, blocking copious ammounts of adverts on the way, i also use ublock origin ontop of this to disable any advert related scripts and ofcourse any further adverts as Brave is in it's infancy, they are building their own lists and it misses a few adverts here and there, ublock patches this gap, i also block 11 million domains via a DNS filter.
i use so many layers as i'm at war with the dire state of the internet in today's age...
this is about 2 weeks of data, it really is scary to think how much unknown data is being passed around, it's hard to say how much data is being "saved" but i can say at least 50% due to ram usage being halved, my browsing is now snappy and instantaneous as you'd expect on a connection like mine, a long standing gripe of mine, now with these systems in place browsing is a breeze, except the ahk captcha (though i do recommend to everyone that they set up similar systems for themselves, if at least only for the added security of your information) :p
though i had this issue before when i was using chrome (though ublock and the dns filter were in place) so i dont think it matters what browser you're using, i think it's rather one of my security layers is causing upset somewhere along the line... or perhaps it's because im from the UK and maybe a lot of the attacks are coming from here causing tighter security? i don't know, i wonder if there's an easy landing page that can be used, akin to cloudflare for ddos protection to stop this nonsense because larger websites for popular online games which are ofcourse a target for mass spamming doesn't cause any problems, ofcourse they are also pulling multitudes more revenue than AHK and all this costs money...
i'll send my domain off to that email and see where it goes
if nobody else is having this issue then i don't expect the structure of the website to change on my behalf alone
guess i'm going to have to find a solution by myself