Starting 02/23/2022 Cloudflare will block free domains (.cf, .ml, .tk, .ga, .gq). You will get a “Domain is not registered” error when trying to add those domains. We have tested that today and some people tested that too.
A: How do i know if i am impacted?
B: If your domain ends in .cf, .ml, .tk, .ga, .gq that means you use a free domain and you are impacted.
What is accurate is that the DNS API cannot be used for domains with .cf, .ga, .gq, .ml, or .tk TLDs. Use the Cloudflare Dashboard for managing such TLDs. Enterprise customer can contact Cloudflare Support to remove this limitation.
This is not true. I just registered a Freenom domain and added it to my CF account. They take a while to actually get activated, but once Freenom have completed the registration they can be added to Cloudflare (manually).
The domain I added is cloudflareblockingfreenom.ml, and Cloudflare are just waiting for Freenom to actually change the nameservers, but you can see it waiting on a NS change.
% dig ns cloudflareblockingfreenom.ml @lee.ns.cloudflare.com
;; ANSWER SECTION:
cloudflareblockingfreenom.ml. 86400 IN NS lee.ns.cloudflare.com.
cloudflareblockingfreenom.ml. 86400 IN NS olga.ns.cloudflare.com.
Perhaps you’re getting the error because you’ve incorrectly tried to add the domain to Cloudflare nameservers. Pretty common error. But if you have a Cloudflare published source for your assertion then it might not have been simple user error.