Browser Isolation from Cloudflare

Hello everyone,

I’ve been having a long fight with google recaptcha in terms of restrict access only to that feature of google (with squid proxy sometime ago and now with firewall rules), without having to unlock all google services, in one intranet subnet, that by default doesnt have full access to internet, but have a short whitelist, but some have the google recaptcha layer.

So before trying browser isolation from cloudflare, I would like to know if this is feasable through this feature, where cloudflare would restrict access only to google recaptcha feature, and adding a firewall rule on my firewall for cloudflare on that subnet, for those machines to connect only to a browser isolator managed by me, without openning the chance for them to create their own browser isolators on cloudflare and bypass that.

I know that the main target of a browser isolator is not this but I would like to know if it can be used properly.

Slightly confused, but if I’m correct, you’re wanting to use Cloudflare Browser Isolation on your servers so they can make requests to the sites that you’ve whitelisted to try and bypass google captcha?

I’m sure this COULD be done with browser isolation, but it’s not practical, and pretty much defeats the purpose of browser isolation in the first place.

I think this is more likely what you’re looking for.

If you really want to find out, I’d just click the talk to an expert button and ask them directly if it’s possible with Cloudflare teams. It seems like it’s a network connection, outside of the browser even, that bypasses things like google captcha. Not entirely sure, but that’s why they have a expert button. It’s worth a try.

Good luck.

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