Thoughts on Abuse

Published on by Matthew Prince.

One of the behind the scenes topics we think about a lot at CloudFlare is how to handle abuse of our network. I realized that we hadn't exposed our thoughts on this clearly enough. In the next few days, we'll be making some minor updates to

CloudFlare & OpenDNS Work Together to Help the Web

Published on by Matthew Prince.

Several years ago, some suspected cyber criminals on the Internet wrote a family of malware dubbed DNSChanger. About a year ago, law enforcement tracked down the suspected cyber criminals behind this malware, arrested them, and took over the servers they were using to redirect customers to rogue sites. As a

App #15 - GlobalSign HackAlert Malware Detection

Published on by John Roberts.

Cloud-based detection Your website security comes in many layers, against many threats. But how do you know if your site has a problem? Once you know, how do you solve the problem, to protect your customers and your reputation? Today's CloudFlare App answers those questions. GlobalSign HackAlert is

App a Day #12 - StopTheHacker Malware Scanning

Published on by John Roberts.

Health Monitoring for Websites CloudFlare provides security for your website. But multiple layers of protection are valuable, and malware is a category of nastiness that needs special attention, so we're happy to introduce a new offering to CloudFlare customers. This CloudFlare App, StopTheHacker, is an easy way to