For some time now, it shows the “429 Too Many Requests” error, when I try to enter nyaa.si. Please, tell me you can fix this!
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They said they wouldn’t open access to it.
[07:01] <valdikss> Nyaa.sh is blocked country-wide in Russia by the government. I'm the administrator of free censorship circumvention service with 400 000+ active users, and nyaa.si returns 429 Too Many Requests for most of server IP addresses. Is it possible to do something about that? [07:01] <valdikss> https://antizapret.prostovpn.org/do-not-block-this-proxy/ [08:11] <Iona|I-401> valdikss, If it's blocked it was because of abuse and likely won't change [08:17] <valdikss> Iona|I-401: well, it returns "too many requests". [08:19] <Suzukaze> There's really nothing we can do about it if you you have hundreds of users behind a single IP [08:19] <Suzukaze> All it takes is a couple to spam the site with requests to get automatically blocked [08:20] <Suzukaze> Even if we unblock it this time it'll happen again [08:23] <valdikss> You may consider adding it into whitelists. I have 7 proxy servers and 2 VPN servers, each with different IP (v4/v6) address. [08:25] <valdikss> If there's some kind of abuse going on, please tell me, I'll see what I can do. [08:25] <valdikss> Suzukaze: ^^^ [08:27] <Suzukaze> There's no whitelist, the limitation is automated and based only on the IP and requests sent in certain amounts of time [08:29] <Suzukaze> It's not something average users will have happen, so no whitelist exists because anything that hits the limits should be blocked [09:28] <Suzukaze> valdikss there's nothing I can do, you'll need to figure it out yourself or tell people to use a non-shared proxy
I see. Well, that’s too bad. But thanks for making all that effort.
But also, it turned out they have some mirrors that are not blocked in Russia, https://nyaa.iss.one/ for example.