Lately I have seen reports if proxies on glitch getting shut down. Are they against the TOS?
I was also wondering that. Example: ~proxychief
Proxies use up a lot bandwith and as we know, bandwith is expensive because glitch runs on AWS. I wish glitch could run servers in google cloud platform or digital ocean.
Geez - it has been quite a while since I’ve open the book, “Proxies.”
I think kids use these to view inappropriate material, which is not tolerated on glitch, so there’s your answer.
I’ll admit one thing, I have a proxy for accessing google and google-only. I don’t why my school blocks it but I suppose some people like to search games on google like the snake game(seriously you guys). Therotically google shouldn’t be able to use too much bandwith.
I use my proxy to access things that don’t make sense to be blocked, such as blog posts that are completly sfw, like Medium and some others tbh.
Me too as well. I’m using my proxy to use Soundtrap to make music.
I believe anything that doesn’t seem abusive, illegal, or inapproiate should be allowed for now.
I use proxies for accessing stuff like Quora (blocked for “other adult content”, still don’t get why).
Same. I don’t understand it.
Update: The TOS says " 1. Use the Services to send altered, deceptive, or false source-identifying information, including without limitation by forging TCP-IP packet headers or e-mail headers; or"
If your proxy forges the host header(most of them do to prevent websites from getting suspcious) then you can’t usse it.
the Host header is meant to tell the server what website the request wants, rather than indicate where a request is from. did you mean to say some other header?