The firewall blocks normal traffic

Hello!
As I show you in the photo, the site is Greek and I only have visitors from Greece. Fortunately, I see only 5 blocked ips from Greece being blocked.
What can I do to exclude Greece?


What makes you believe this traffic was normal and not malicious? Cloudflare has identified the request in the screenshot as an automated (bot) request.

Because I believe that the specific address (url) comes from google…
Anyway, I don’t mind so I don’t do anything stupid…
Thank you for the answer!

Its not Google as its not a Google ASN - its Employee Union of Ethniki Hellenic General Insurance Company S.A

See: https://www.abuseipdb.com/check/2a02:587:9208:200:24e6:9dcf:473c:16b

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So what is your opinion? Do you think it’s a bot?

Dont know - But as Cloudflare identified it as bot traffic then it probably is

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Very old browser, could be a bot or a person with a very outdated system.

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Should I leave it like that? And don’t bother…
I talked to cloudflare and it told me to exclude Greece from the firewall…
isn’t that a bit dangerous?

Unless you want to trust every Greek and anyone who has access to compute resources in Greece yes it is. But is solves the question as asked.

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In the 450 visits, 4 were blocked.
Could it have any negative impact on google?

Are the settings correct excluding Greece from the bot fight?

To allow malicious requests from Greece? Yes?

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