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Cloudfare speedbump page: Complete security check page

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I have noticed that increasingly Cloudfare is blocking access to many websites with an intervening "security check page" that needs to be completed before Cloudfare will allow access to the desitination website. And this needs to be done repeatedbly even if you accessed the target site the day before or a few minutes ago. How ridiculous!

Their proposed solution is an add-on called Privacy Pass which has a 3.5 rating and is not authenticated by FF.

Is there a way to bypass Cloudfare i.e. force FF To resolve website address to non-Cloudfare addresses?

Or can FF authenticate and bake in Privacy Pass?

Interestingly enough, Epic Privacy Browser was able to access target sites without any problems, whereas FF, Chrome and IE were unable to do so in normal and private modes. TOR was unable to access as well.

I have noticed that increasingly Cloudfare is blocking access to many websites with an intervening "security check page" that needs to be completed before Cloudfare will allow access to the desitination website. And this needs to be done repeatedbly even if you accessed the target site the day before or a few minutes ago. How ridiculous! Their proposed solution is an add-on called Privacy Pass which has a 3.5 rating and is not authenticated by FF. Is there a way to bypass Cloudfare i.e. force FF To resolve website address to non-Cloudfare addresses? Or can FF authenticate and bake in Privacy Pass? Interestingly enough, Epic Privacy Browser was able to access target sites without any problems, whereas FF, Chrome and IE were unable to do so in normal and private modes. TOR was unable to access as well.
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This might be due to using content blocking extensions or otherwise having made changes to settings that makes you look like suspicious.

You can test this in a new profile without any modifications.

See "Creating a profile":

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You can also try to disable Enhanced Tracking Protection on affected websites to to see if that makes a difference.