The official Cloudflare Warp client collects and reads your device's hardware identifier (HWID) which can result in a permanent ban if it detects a suspicious amount of Warp+ storage usage.
This means that if your device is flagged for having too much Warp+ storage, you may never be able to use Cloudflare Warp again.
To avoid this, it is highly recommended to use the alternative solution, WGCF, instead. WGCF is a safe and reliable way to access and use the Cloudflare Warp service without having to worry about the consequences of a potential hardware ban.
Act now to ensure your continued access to Cloudflare Warp.
Here's a guide on how to setup wgcf:
- Download the latest release of WGCF from this link: https://github.com/ViRb3/wgcf/releases. Save it to your default "Downloads" folder.
- Rename the downloaded file to "wgcf"
- Open the Command Prompt (CMD).
- Change the directory to your Downloads folder by running this command: cd %userprofile%/Downloads
- Run the command "wgcf register"
- Run the command "wgcf generate"
- You should now have two new files: "wgcf-profile.conf" and "wgcf-account.toml".
- Open up your cloudflare warp app and go to the Account settings.
- Copy your account key
- open the "wgcf-account.toml" file with Notepad and replace the "license_key" field with the key you just copied.
- Run the command "wgcf update" in CMD.
- Run the command "wgcf generate" again.
- Run the command "wgcf status" to check your account information.
- Run the command "wgcf trace" to check the status of your WARP.
- Import the "wgcf-profile.conf" file to your Wireguard client and activate it.
- You can now copy the "wgcf-profile.conf" file to any device and use WARP+ on any device that supports wireguard