Almost nine years ago, Cloudflare was a tiny company and I was a customer not an employee. Cloudflare had launched a month earlier and one day alerting told me that my little site, jgc.org, didn’t seem to have working DNS any more.
Starting at 1342 UTC today we experienced a global outage across our network that resulted in visitors to Cloudflare-proxied domains being shown 502 errors (“Bad Gateway”). The cause of this outage was deployment of a single misconfigured rule within the Cloudflare Web Application Firewall (WAF)
On Monday we wrote about a painful Internet wide route leak. We wrote that this should never have happened because Verizon should never have forwarded those routes to the rest of the Internet. Today we will dive into the archived routing data and analyze it.
Heute um 10:30 Uhr UTC erlitt das Internet einen kleinen Herzinfarkt. Ein kleines Unternehmen in Nord-Pennsylvania wurde zum bevorzugten Pfad vieler Internetrouten über Verizon (AS701), einem großen Internet-Transitanbieter.
The impact of quantum computing on cryptography conducts research and development towards a Post-Quantum era.