Author: K.Bone2 (3 Mar 13 7:47pm)
At least you own your own ip, you may have a chance of doing something about it.
At work I am behind a AT&T network that is shared by 3000+ individuals in my company plus untold other clients of AT&T.
I am being blocked at more and more sites every day.
It's all very good to just tell people to keep filling out challenges but this is already getting very boring.
I would suggest anyone attempting to provide services to corporate clients think carefully before blocking via this system as corporate users in general present via IP addresses that are extensively shared.
The simple fact is that a huge proportion of the world's browsing population present to the world via a constantly changing IP either due to Dynanic IPs, Managed Firewalls\Proxies, VPNs, onion routers etc.