On June 5, 2018 a number of IP address ranges were blacklisted when a Moscow court ordered the blocking of encrypted messaging app, Telegram. In an attempt to continue to provide service to its customers Telegram moved to the Amazon and Google cloud infrastructure.
The order from Moscow now extends to many IP addresses owned by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud. As a result, many users in Russia are unable to access some Google services including third-party services that use the Google Cloud, and AWS. Additionally, numerous Russian companies and individuals unrelated to Telegram are also blocked.
Ensighten will continue to monitor and explore possible workarounds as events unfold. In the meantime, consider loading the Bootstrap asynchronously for your Russian sites. Contact your CSM for help determining a possible course of action.