Netflix is now unblocking a proxy server it says is blocking legitimate users from accessing its streaming service.
The company is one of many that have been blocking proxy servers that block legitimate traffic from being sent to and from its servers.
In a statement to The Verge, Netflix said it is now removing all proxy servers from its systems, meaning the site can no longer access any of its sites.
In addition to unblocking proxies, Netflix says it’s also changing its default setting so that the site no longer displays a message when it first connects to a proxy.
The service has a number of proxies available that can be used for legitimate activities like accessing Netflix content, accessing its other content, and streaming movies and TV shows.
But the company has also been blocking proxies that have blocked Netflix from using its servers to connect to third-party sites.
For example, when Netflix began blocking proxy traffic for content providers like Netflix, it used proxy servers to access those sites’ servers.
Netflix says that it’s now working with proxy servers on other sites, and will continue to work with proxy providers that are blocking legitimate access to its sites as well.
Netflix said that if you’re still having problems connecting to the site, you can contact Netflix customer support by clicking here.