A core value CloudFlare is that security information should be shared between organizations to make the entire Internet safer. That is how CloudFlare's systems work: if one site is attacked, data about that attack is immediately shared with the rest of the network so other sites can be safe.
For some time, the vast majority of the web has been vulnerable to the so-called BEAST SSL attack. The attack was first demonstrated in 2011, and more than 90% of the Internet including large sites like Google.com remain vulnerable to their SSL sessions being decrypted.
This morning a hacker was able to access a customer's account on CloudFlare and change that customer's DNS records. The attack was the result of a compromise of Google's account security procedures.
We've written about the challenge of classifying what is a "page view" a couple times before (see Understanding Analytics: When Is a Page View Not a Page View? and A Quick Update on Page Views).