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moving_from_colorado
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IP Blocking

Post by moving_from_colorado » Mon Jan 21, 2019 11:51 am

I moved to chile from colorado 4 years ago. Sometime last year before april all of the colorado.gov websites stopped working for me and now it has trickled down to a number of local gov sites in colorado as well. No one from colorado has given me any kind of straight answer but as far as i can tell they are blocking all ip addressess from chile.

Seeing as i still pay taxes among other things this has become a major inconvenience. Curious if anyone else has the same problem and bonus points for any solutions.

Saludos

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Re: IP Blocking

Post by RocketRichard » Mon Jan 21, 2019 12:31 pm

Use a VPN...that should do the trick. :D

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Re: IP Blocking

Post by eeuunikkeiexpat » Mon Jan 21, 2019 1:15 pm

Try the VPN in Opera first so you don't have to install anything (except for another browser) or possibly spend money. Second option, install a free US based VPN like proXVPN. After that, there are a zillion different VPN operators to choose from.
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Re: IP Blocking

Post by admin » Mon Jan 21, 2019 1:58 pm

I would cut the State of Colorado some slack.

I block entire countries IP blocks too. Especially ones that are known hacker and spam hot-spots. For instance my back office servers in Chile have no good reason to ever be contacted by say someone in Colorado.

I could see their security guys saying it is too much of hassle to allow access from Chile, South America, Asia, etc when there might only be a handful of legit users out of millions of attacks originating from other countries (per day, or even minute).
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