I’ve created firewall rules for IP address when I find obvious bots that get through bot fighting mode. The problem is, sometimes users on these IP addresses are solving challenges (which bots usually don’t do). I assume these are temporary IP addresses that are reused. So, I want to details on who is solving these challenges to let in legitimate users OR determine if bots are solving challenges (based on the traffic pattern).
This feature could be added by providing a list of IP addresses who have solved the challenge when you click on the grey % solved bubble on the list of firewall rules (See red arrow below). Then, I could:
- Look up the IP information
- Find info on that user by removing them from an existing rule and/or adding them to another firewall rule.
Other users have wanted this data as well:
- How to see in logs if js challenge was solved or not
- How to filter firewall events that had challenges solved? - #2 by dmz
- Challenge solved or not? How to know? - #4 by floripare
Giving cloudflare users more transparency would be super helpful and this is data you already collect.