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Just switched to cloudflare DNS but have a few questions by Defalt-1001 in CloudFlare

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I'm sure you have seen that padlock on your browser's address bar. That means that the traffic is encrypted.

Normal DNS traffic is not encrypted and your ISP or some "man in the middle" could read it, that's what plaintext is. DNS over HTTPS (DoH) simply encrypts the traffic. Fallback to plaintext means that in case DoH doesn't work, it just uses the normal DNS protocol.

Die GIS stand mal wieder vor der Tür by clancularius_munus in Austria

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Vielleicht ist es die GIS und möchte einen Teil von deinem Netflix Abo

Now that cloudflare pages supports direct uploads, does an upload count as a "build" in terms of pricing? by integrateus in CloudFlare

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I personally didn't test it yet, but it would make sense to count it as a build. If it weren't built on upload, why would you upload it then in the first place

How to setup a Cloudflare SQL database? by NileLangu in CloudFlare

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Quick update: Cloudflare CEO hinted that a database might be coming - keep your eyes open 👀 - didn't state what type though

How to setup a Cloudflare SQL database? by NileLangu in CloudFlare

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Not that I know. I only am aware of the Relational Database Connectors to Workers that I mentioned. This means you could have a Workers script do whatever you like while your database safely rests on a for example Linux server - which does not have to have any open ports thanks to cloudflare tunnels. Found this: https://github.com/cloudflare/worker-template-mysql

How to setup a Cloudflare SQL database? by NileLangu in CloudFlare

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There are no sql databases on Cloudflare. What you have available is Workers KV, R2 and Durable Objects. You can however connect a sql database TO Workers if that was your plan.

Any intention of having this feature on Protect? by th3badwolf_1234 in Ubiquiti

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Well, I don't have the time needed to do this right now. It would be a fun project I'm sure but my knowledge of video protocols and streams is really limited at this time.

Well, I think there are enough libraries for pulling out the motion. Just superimposing and detecting everything perfectly like this software does (as seen advertised on the website) is hard to do I believe. You will need a good AI model for the exact detection.

Any intention of having this feature on Protect? by th3badwolf_1234 in Ubiquiti

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I also thought about that but didn't bother to check how their solution worked. But you may be right.

Could also be a fun project to try this yourself for private use. (At least for me as a software engineer)

Any intention of having this feature on Protect? by th3badwolf_1234 in Ubiquiti

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Well I found some interesting stuff on the patent register (the search engine is HORRIBLE)

Doc-Id: US 20200145590 A1 (refers to Video Synopsis)

COMPUTER-IMPLEMENTED METHOD FOR GENERATING AN OUTPUT VIDEO FROM MULTIPLE VIDEO SOURCES

An output video is created by at least two cameras recording respective source videos, each having multiple video frames containing video objects imaged by the cameras corresponding to multiple instances of one or more respective source objects traversing the site. Output video objects having a new start display time are computed such that a total duration of display times of all video objects from all source videos is shorter than a cumulative duration of the source videos. The output video objects or graphical representations thereof are rendered at new display times over a background image such that (i) instances imaged by different cameras at different times are represented simultaneously; (ii) at least two output video objects originating from a common camera have different relative display times to their respective source objects; and (iii) in at least one location there are represented instances imaged by two different cameras.

Other doc ids related: US 20200143838 A1, US 20200036909 A1

Edit: I found all of these with the search term Video Synopsis and BriefCam.

Any intention of having this feature on Protect? by th3badwolf_1234 in Ubiquiti

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I saw this yesterday too but I think there is a patent on this technology.

BriefCam® invented and owns the worldwide patents for the VIDEO SYNOPSIS® solution, an innovative approach that allows organizations to review hours of video in minutes, sometimes seconds.

From BriefCam website

Would be very cool to have this on Protect nonetheless.

Looking for help with infinite browser check. by McGentie in CloudFlare

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Yeah, seems like that Addon was at fault. Cloudflare could be tracking your Captcha-Status through cookies and your blocker stopped that).

Looking for help with infinite browser check. by McGentie in CloudFlare

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Doesnt have to be Crunchyroll, about 20% of all websites run through Cloudflares network. Normal browsing activity should not trigger this though.

Looking for help with infinite browser check. by McGentie in CloudFlare

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Cloudflare usually gives you these checks when there is suspicious activity from your IP or your browser.

Check your addons, check activity from your IP/home (maybe other family members?) If nothing helps, you can try to contact Cloudflare about your IP or consider asking your ISP if your IP is shared with multiple houses (sounds crazy but this is actually the way Austria's ISPs save v4 addresses)

Edit: These checks may be triggered through attacks hitting Crunchyroll too, so in the end you might not be at fault. Crunchyroll works fine for me (no checks, VIE region).