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Browser, version and OS: 

Iceraven 1.12.0

Android10

LG G8

Steps to reproduce/what were you doing before it happened?

Posting a new topic.

 

What happened?

Cloudflare error 400 bad request, repeatedly.

 

Any other relevant details:

Browser add ons that may be having a negative effect.

 

Dark reader

Adblocker ultimate

I don't care about cookies

 

If it's a cloudflare error, what was the ray ID from the bottom of the error page?

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54 minutes ago, Dragonwinged said:

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If you get the issue only one time, Then I don't think there's any need to report it. Nothing is 100 percent safe from errors.

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So far its happened on every topic I've recently posted. Sometimes multiple times.

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HTTP400 means bad client request, as in the server refused to answer the client because it deemed there was something wrong with the request.

 

Whatever this problem is, its almost certainly at your end.

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A cloudflare 400 error is really interesting - that actually indicates a bug on cloudflare's side. If you're able to reproduce it, can you do it with the dev tools open (f12) on the network tab, then find the corresponding request (the status should be 400), click it, then in the pane that opens find the header named Cf-Ray-Id (or something like that) and post its value here?

HTTP/2 203

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1 hour ago, colonel_mortis said:

A cloudflare 400 error is really interesting - that actually indicates a bug on cloudflare's side. If you're able to reproduce it, can you do it with the dev tools open (f12) on the network tab, then find the corresponding request (the status should be 400), click it, then in the pane that opens find the header named Cf-Ray-Id (or something like that) and post its value here?

I'm on mobile. I don't have an f12

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19 hours ago, Dragonwinged said:

I'm on mobile. I don't have an f12

Oh sorry, I missed that. Does it only happen on your phone, and does it only happen with that browser or is it the same in chrome?

HTTP/2 203

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