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CloudFlare Guest Blog Post: Gabe Arnold of ZigZap

February 04, 2011 4:53 PM

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I run a small technology firm and write on my blog GabeArnold.com I focus on techniques and technology that help small business owners grow and succeed in a rapid and measurable manner. CloudFlare meets my criteria as a reliable tool for small business owners and freelancers....

CloudFlare Keeps Groundhog Day Online!

February 03, 2011 12:04 AM

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Today is Groundhog Day: the day on which a groundhog (named Phil) crawls out of his hole in Punxsutawney, PA and either sees his shadow, meaning we're in for six more weeks of winter, or does not, in which case it will be an early spring. Phil's official keeper is the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club. ...

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January 21, 2011 8:16 PM

CloudFlare Guest Blog Post: TweetFind

My name is Ruben Orozco, and I'm the Founder of Tweetfind.com. When I'm not working on @TweetFind.com, a Twitter directory to bring Consumers and Businesses together, I work as a Computer Administrator for a High School in Santa Barbara, CA....

January 05, 2011 10:43 PM

New Feature: Customize Your CloudFlare Challenge Page

CloudFlare protects your website from malicious attacks by stopping the request before it reaches your server. Often these requests are from automated bots crawling your website looking for a vulnerability. Sometimes, the threat is a web surfer whose computer has been compromised...

November 06, 2010 1:37 AM

Introducing the Cloudflare WordPress Plugin

Cloudflare is a service that takes a great deal of pride in listening to the feedback of our users. Cloudflare recently had a customer make a very strong case that we build a WordPress plugin for Cloudflare, something we were considering asking a developer to build. ...

October 10, 2010 10:35 PM

1 Billion Requests Served

ICloudflare passed a big milestone yesterday: over the last 30 days we've served more than 1 billion requests. The Cloudflare network is architected to handle many, many times this level traffic, but it's still pretty amazing to realize the extent of what already powering....