#Fediverse: I created `Cloud Firewall` addon. Block connections to big 5 tech clouds based on IP address ranges they own. If a site/page/resource IP matches a bundled list of IP address ranges, it's blocked
It's not a hosts/filterlist type "ad tracker blocker".
It's "firewall" - looks at IP address of URL bar and 1p/3p resources.
@gkrishnaks Ah journalist reported about surfing the web with such blocking.. apparently many website don’t work then :/
( we just need ASN numbers or IPv4/6 ranges owned by a cloud to be able to add support for some other cloud apart from these 6. Currently researching how to collect these ASNs list from publicly available sources like PeeringDB ) #CloudFirewall
@imacrea @Siegi hi all. I need technical help and advice regarding a feature request in my "cloud firewall" from advanced user/developer who reviewed the code and I received their messages and questions on social media.
I documented the feature request here, they are requesting for feature to use TBB's Dns proxy if it is available.
Please check this gitlab issue and share your thoughts and boost this issue link if possible for any help.
@gkrishnaks thanks for sharing this!
@LPS welcome. Take "Cloud Firewall" for a spin and let me know your feedback or bugs or issues or feature requests. It's just a week now after it's first release.
Feel free to review gitlab and let me know for any clarification or issue. I specifically need help with a special feature request made by an advanced user. Also, Pls take a look at this feature request ticket and let me know your advice if possible, or pls share/boost this link so that someone can help me
Rhoo the ticks order does not respect the GAFAM order 😢
Otherwise it looks good !
@Zykino Well, I added Cloud Flare too. So the order no longer matters 😆 (yet to update pics in AMO listing, it's just a week old new addon)
If you wish, please take a look at this toot - I need some technical help to implement an advanced user's feature request. Please share any idea or just boost/share this toot so someone can help out :
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