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Posted 2/25/17 , edited 2/26/17
I'm having the same problem as BlackRose, I can't seem to get anywhere besides the homepage right now. And I was looking for to watching One Piece ep 520 :-:
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Posted 2/26/17 , edited 2/26/17
Same issue as BlackRose & Flygills - I even got the 'team of shinobi' message today, as well as the usual 'An Error has occurred' semi-blank truncated page after having to re-re-re-refresh the browser because CR was simply non-responsive.
I have been getting this issue for at least the past month during the middle of the day, Australia (GMT+10), which I assumed to be caused by traffic congestion caused by US night time viewers all hitting Crunchyroll servers, but perhaps it is something else... CR behaves well for me from about 14:00 to 02:00 (GMT+10) so not sure what's going on. I'm on a 36Mbps Cable with pretty steady rates to other sites even during the CR slowdown, so it shouldn't be a bandwidth limitation issue from my client-side...

Thanks for the reassurance of CR's limited Cloudflare implementation anyway :-)
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Posted 2/26/17
it's possible that crunchyroll uses cloud flare-based code, and they just didn't change the code to say it,
or it's possible they stopped using cloud flare quite a while ago
and that thing that you are reporting could just be an update that crunchyroll is just pushing out, making the servers slower
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Posted 2/26/17 , edited 2/27/17

TheYosefu wrote:

it's possible that crunchyroll uses cloud flare-based code, and they just didn't change the code to say it,
or it's possible they stopped using cloud flare quite a while ago
and that thing that you are reporting could just be an update that crunchyroll is just pushing out, making the servers slower


If that's true, then why hasn't Crunchyroll posted anything about it to inform us that they are doing that? Considering the recent Cloudflare leak, you'd think they'd want us to know that that was what was going on instead of having us worry that Crunchyroll has been compromised because of it. Yet they've been silent in this forum since the first announcement. However, you may have a point there, as Crunchyroll has been working fine for me today as opposed to yesterday. Would still like some answers though.
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Posted 2/26/17 , edited 2/26/17
cool
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Posted 2/27/17
There are websites popping up now with lists of affected sites, and CR is on the two I saw, so… better safe than sorry.
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Posted 2/27/17
So this cloudfare leak is what compromised my account last week? Of course everything was sorted out and my account is back into my possession but this is still concerning.
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Posted 2/28/17 , edited 2/28/17
Changed my password anyway.
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Posted 2/28/17
Is nice to know CR is looking out for us.
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Posted 3/1/17 , edited 3/1/17
You may not have used their services which were the root cause of this problem, but that doesn't eliminate the fact that any data sent to cloudflare is potentially sent out because of this bug.

Of course, since you use cloudflare coming to this understanding is probably beyond the ability of whoever is managing your internet security.

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Posted 3/8/17
Lol

CLEAN YOUR BROWSERS/computers (especially MS-W users)

But i also recently get just HTTP (not HTTPS) when i'm watching episodes.

Those bugs few people wrote above are typical for "cashed" websites where you get some data not from CR server but from somewhere between CR an you (proxies, traffic ballancer/enchance devices -even just from your own hard drive). That's how internet works.

Error 400 in phone App is so frequent that I don't get frustrated any more.

PS: CR is frequently affected by CF mishaps. Get used to it (as I am - IT guys are used to many things).
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