Continuing the discussion from Cloudflare for families blocking legitimate websites:
Ok, my question is simple: What is “Cloudflare families?” Is that like a parental block for sexually explicit content or what? In addition, is it even a real feature? If so, what does it do and what’s its purpose?
The customer has setup Cloudflare DNS for Families on his/her device due to specific reasons and presonal needs, therefore when he opens a specific domain/website like in the mentioned topic, the domain/website simply doesn’t load due to miscategorization (in process of resolving this issue).
From the blog:
To try out, set your DNS custom servers to
184.108.40.206 / 220.127.116.11
More about configuration variations depending on the OS and device can be found at the Cloudflare Developers Documentation at the link from below:
Short answer - yes.
Cloudflare for Families adds a layer of protection to your home network, and protects it from malware and adult content …
To setup DoH in your Web browser, use :
How to setup in Firefox and other Web browsers:
From Firefox source:
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