Clonable is in fact nothing more than a smart reverse proxy that you place in front of your own web server. Visitors of the clone connect to the Clonable servers. These servers then request the original page from your own web server and change this response in order to arrive at the end result that is your clone.
Connections between visitors and Clonable are via
HTTP/2 over IPv4 or IPv6. The connection between Clonable and your own server is via
HTTP/1.1 over IPv4 or IPv6 depending on the set origin IP address.
You can expect traffic from Clonable from the following IP addresses:
Lastly edited on January 8th, 2022
At Clonable, we try to protect clone visitors and website owners as much as possible without hindering legitimate visitors too much. Of course we cannot reveal all of our security measures, but below we have outlined a few points.
Connections between visitors and Clonable are always redirected to a
HTTPS connection and any
HSTS policy is inherited from the original website. Clonable supports TLS 1.2 and 1.3 and uses certificates issued by Let's Encrypt.
Connections between Clonable and your own web server also use HTTPS. TLS versions 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 are supported for compatibility reasons.
Requests that arrive at Clonable are routed through a WAF (Web Application Firewall) that blocks most simple attacks. This firewall has been tuned primarily to limit false positives and should not be relied upon as the (primary) layer of security.