@resist1984 One reason more to use Cloudflare.The wayback machine keeps data from all websites forever.Maybe it's interesting history for some public information but they also save social media,forums,everyone you ever wrote with no way to delete it.That's pure evil.
@Mr_Teatime @nipos the Firefox plugin that redirects CF sites is called "Block Cloudflare MITM Attack" and is posted here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/14218621/. Description is in cyrillic but don't let that scare you off. This plugin will outright block CF sites: https://gitlab.com/gkrishnaks/cloud-firewall
@g at a high level, #CloudFlare is very similar to #SpamHaus. In both cases you have a vigilante extremist org so fixated on attacking their enemy that they have no regard for collateral damage to harmless users. Ppl cannot protect their own #privacy by running their own mail server b/c of SpamHaus, & ppl cannot protect their own identity b/c CF DoS's *all* #Tor users.
@g this article covers it in detail: http://cryto.net/~joepie91/blog/2016/07/14/cloudflare-we-have-a-problem/
@g np. And note there may or may not be a 2nd tunnel between the originating server & CF, but in either case the end user sees a padlock
So if I have a SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt setup, but still sit behind Cloudflare, is my data still compromised?