That's understandable. I sometimes think that anon-ib might be a little too dark for unprotected browser. Any darker than this and I will not touch it with a ten foot long VPN and a temporary email.>>4356
Annoying, ain't it? This website seems to farm out some of it's policing to a service which compiles a blacklist of machines which upload malware. Well, that service very recently decided to add to its blacklist every machine which it ever observed connecting with a Tor server. The explanation is that this policy change was a desperation move because the internet is dying from infected TOR routers – or something. I don't exactly believe this claim considering that no documentation let alone proof provided to back up this explanation. The service provides the blacklist and the Anon-ib still uses that blacklist to block machines. Even if it's true, a legitimate user cannot get off the list without disputing the claim, and that action of course compromises the anonymous nature of the entire system. It's just a crappy situation all around, and I don't see any good solutions from the user's point of view.