Cloudflare says it mitigated the largest DDoS attack ever with the help of its in-house DDoS protection daemon. According to its data, this massive attack brought in 17.2 million requests per second.
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Cloudflare says humans waste about 32 seconds per instance totalling 500 years per day on CAPTCHAs. The company is launching an experiment to get rid of CAPTCHAs completely and end this "madness".
Cloudflare has released three new features to its Web Analytics solution that it opened up to the world last December. The update brings support for Single Page Applications and adding multiple sites.
The anti-DDoS firm, Cloudflare, has launched a new tool called Waiting Room. The feature can be used to help websites protect against a deluge of traffic by forcing people to wait in a queue.
Cloudflare has added support for the AVIF image format to its Image Resizing service. AVIF is only supported by Opera and Chrome right now but brings big improvements to image compression.
Cloudflare has launched WARP on Windows and macOS in beta. It will be available to WARP+ customers first who have subscribed to its Argo network, with email invites coming in the next few weeks.
Cloudflare announced today that it has kicked out 8chan from its infrastructure after the online message board was used by the El Paso, Texas shooter before killing 20 people at a Walmart store.
Well-known web hosting service Cloudflare has just gone down, taking with it multiple websites and services like Discord, Down Detector and Feedly. The company is investigating the issue.
Cloudflare's 220.127.116.11 DNS service, which it touts as the fastest in the world, is expanding to also get a VPN. Called Warp, it promises faster connections than most VPNs and will soon launch in beta.
Cloudflare has announced its new Spectrum service, which extends the company's DDoS protection service to any TCP protocol, including gaming services, remote server access, and email.
Cloudflare announced today its first consumer product ever, the 18.104.22.168 DNS service, which focuses on privacy and is already the fastest available. No, this is not an April Fools prank.
For a period of up to five months, sensitive data of Cloudflare customers may have leaked due to a HTML parser bug. The company was made aware of the issue by an engineer from Google's Project Zero.
A huge Distributed Denial of Service attack has hit an unnamed web server. 650,000 Chinese smartphones unwittingly enrolled in this attack, likely caused by a set of malicious adverts.