Cloudflare, Inc. is a U.S. company that provides a content delivery network, Internet security services and distributed domain name server services, sitting between the visitor and the Cloudflare user's hosting provider, acting as a reverse proxy for websites. Cloudflare is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with additional offices in London, Singapore, Champaign, Austin, Boston and Washington, D.C..

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  • Going Global - a Localization Case Study at Cloudflare
    Today Cloudflare serves nearly 10% of all global internet requests and more than 80% of our customers are based outside of the United States. Cloudflare is rapidly growing and there is nothing more important to us than being able to better serve our users across the world beyond our global
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  • Advancing Privacy Protection with the GDPR
    A game-changer The road towards implementation of the new European GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation) has been a long one, even though public awareness of its impact, especially outside of Europe, is only now really starting to take hold. This game-changing piece of EU legislation will require companies to
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  • App Highlight: Hardenize
    Hardenize is a comprehensive security tool that continuously monitors the security and configuration of your domain name, email, and website. Ivan Ristić, the author of Hardenize, gave a demo of his app at our Cloudflare London HQ. Do you know how secure your site is? View a Hardenize report on
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  • Broken packets: IP fragmentation is flawed
    As opposed to the public telephone network, the internet has a Packet Switched design. But just how big can these packets be? CC BY 2.0 image by ajmexico, inspired by This is an old question and the IPv4 RFCs answer it pretty clearly. The idea was to split the
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  • Why We Terminated Daily Stormer
    Earlier today, Cloudflare terminated the account of the Daily Stormer. We've stopped proxying their traffic and stopped answering DNS requests for their sites. We've taken measures to ensure that they cannot sign up for Cloudflare's services ever again. Our terms of service reserve the right for us to terminate users
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  • SSL for SaaS Providers
    Cloudflare’s SSL for SaaS offering provides SaaS providers the opportunity to extend the security, performance, and encryption benefits of Cloudflare’s network to their end customers. This includes management of the entire SSL certificate lifecycle for custom vanity domains. View the slides to learn: -The performance, security, and encryption benefits of Cloudflare for SaaS providers and their e...
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  • Tendencias mas recientes en Ciberataques (Webinar in Spanish)
    Durante los ultimos anos hemos sido testigo de un gran número y variedad de ciberataques; desde un DDoS de perfil alto tomando el control de cámaras de seguridad a través de Internet hasta el presunto hackeo durante las últimas elecciones de los Estados Unidos. También ha habido un incremento significativo de las filtraciones de datos, grandes compañías, pequeñas organizaciones y usuarios de cual...
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  • Power outage hits the island of Taiwan. Here’s what we learned.
    At approximately 4:50pm local time (8:50am UTC) August 15, a major unexpected power outage hit the island of Taiwan with a significant amount of its power generation facilities going down. Blackout! Most of the island was hit with power outages, shortages and rolling blackouts, with street lights not
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  • Recap: How to make a Cloudflare App workshop in Austin
    Cloudflare hosted a developer preview workshop in Austin for Cloudflare Apps, taught by Zack Bloom, tech lead of Cloudflare Apps. Due to popular request, we are making available the video from the workshop. Want some ideas on what to start with? Check out the idea suggestion list on our Cloudflare
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  • Moving Forward with Path Forward
    In February, I blogged about our first rotation of Path Forward returnships and the awesome people we’ve hired as a result of the program. As a refresher, Path Forward is a nonprofit organization that aims to empower people who’ve taken time away from their careers to focus on
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  • Countering Terrorism in the Age of Social Media: Views from Washington
    Jen Easterly, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director of Counterterrorism for the National Security Council and John Mulligan, Deputy Director of the National Counterterrorism Center discuss everything going on in the counterterrorism space in Washington and how social media fits into the equation. The session begins with an ISIL propaganda video, which we've withheld from the recor...
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  • The Role of Hackers in Society
    Mark Abene (Phiber Optik) - Entrepreneur, Security Expert & Data Scientise Mustava Al-Bassam (@musalbas) - Security Advisor, Secure Trading
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  • Net Neutrality Day: Cloudflare + Fight for the Future
    For Net Neutrality Day on July 12, Fight for the Future (FFTF) launched a Cloudflare App installable for websites all over the world. Sites with it installed saw as many as 178 million page views prompting the users to write to their local congressional representative on the importance of Net
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  • How to use Cloudflare for Service Discovery
    Cloudflare runs 3,588 containers, making up 1,264 apps and services that all need to be able to find and discover each other in order to communicate -- a problem solved with service discovery. You can use Cloudflare for service discovery. By deploying microservices behind Cloudflare, microservices’ origins are
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  • Aquele Abraço Rio de Janeiro: Cloudflare's 116th Data Center!
    Cloudflare is excited to announce our newest data center in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This is our eighth data center in South America, and expands the Cloudflare network to 116 cities across 57 countries. Our newest deployment will improve the performance and security of over six million Internet applications across
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  • Ninth Circuit Rules on National Security Letter Gag Orders
    As we’ve previously discussed on this blog, Cloudflare has been challenging for years the constitutionality of the FBI’s use of national security letters (NSLs) to demand user data on a confidential basis. On Monday morning, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals released
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  • Getting started with Cloudflare Apps
    We recently launched our new Cloudflare Apps platform, and love to see the community it is building. In an effort to help people who run web services such as websites, APIs and more, we would like to help make your web services faster, safer and more reliable using our new
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  • High-reliability OCSP stapling and why it matters
    At Cloudflare our focus is making the internet faster and more secure. Today we are announcing a new enhancement to our HTTPS service: High-Reliability OCSP stapling. This feature is a step towards enabling an important security feature on the web: certificate revocation checking. Reliable OCSP stapling also improves connection times
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  • Participate in the Net Neutrality Day of Action
    We at Cloudflare strongly believe in network neutrality, the principle that networks should not discriminate against content that passes through them.  We’ve previously posted on our views on net neutrality and the role of the FCC here and here. In May, the FCC took a first step toward revoking
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  • How to make your site HTTPS-only
    The Internet is getting more secure every day as people enable HTTPS, the secure version of HTTP, on their sites and services. Last year, Mozilla reported that the percentage of requests made by Firefox using encrypted HTTPS passed 50% for the first time. HTTPS has numerous benefits that are not
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  • Three little tools: mmsum, mmwatch, mmhistogram
    In a recent blog post, my colleague Marek talked about some SSDP-based DDoS activity we'd been seeing recently. In that blog post he used a tool called mmhistogram to output an ASCII histogram. That tool is part of a small suite of command-line tools that can be handy when messing

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