December 28, 2017 6:22PM
How "expensive" is crypto anyway?
Speed & Reliability
I wouldn’t be surprised if the title of this post attracts some Bitcoin aficionados, but if you are such, I want to disappoint you. For me crypto means cryptography, not cybermoney, and the price we pay for it is measured in CPU cycles, not USD....
December 26, 2017 8:30PM
Why TLS 1.3 isn't in browsers yet
Upgrading a security protocol in an ecosystem as complex as the Internet is difficult. You need to update clients and servers and make sure everything in between continues to work correctly. The Internet is in the middle of such an upgrade right now....
December 26, 2017 4:53PM
Concise (Post-Christmas) Cryptography Challenges
It's the day after Christmas; or, depending on your geography, Boxing Day. With the festivities over, you may still find yourself stuck at home and somewhat bored....
December 24, 2017 4:57PM
TLS 1.3 is going to save us all, and other reasons why IoT is still insecure
As I’m writing this, four DDoS attacks are ongoing and being automatically mitigated by Gatebot. Cloudflare’s job is to get attacked. Our network gets attacked constantly....
November 10, 2017 11:06AM
On the dangers of Intel's frequency scaling
While I was writing the post comparing the new Qualcomm server chip, Centriq, to our current stock of Intel Skylake-based Xeons, I noticed a disturbing phenomena....
November 09, 2017 4:05PM
Privacy Pass - “The Math”
During a recent internship at Cloudflare, I had the chance to help integrate support for improving the accessibility of websites that are protected by the Cloudflare edge network....