How we brought HTTPS Everywhere to the cloud (part 1)

Published on by Ingvar Stepanyan.

CloudFlare's mission is to make HTTPS accessible for all our customers. It provides security for their websites, improved ranking on search engines, better performance with HTTP/2, and access to browser features such as geolocation that are being deprecated for plaintext HTTP. With Universal SSL or similar features, a simple

Fixing the mixed content problem with Automatic HTTPS Rewrites

Published on by John Graham-Cumming.

CloudFlare aims to put an end to the unencrypted Internet. But the web has a chicken and egg problem moving to HTTPS. Long ago it was difficult, expensive, and slow to set up an HTTPS capable web site. Then along came services like CloudFlare’s Universal SSL that made switching

Opportunistic Encryption: Bringing HTTP/2 to the unencrypted web

Published on by Nick Sullivan.

Encrypting the web is not an easy task. Various complexities prevent websites from migrating from HTTP to HTTPS, including mixed content, which can prevent sites from functioning with HTTPS. Opportunistic Encryption provides an additional level of security to websites that have not yet moved to HTTPS and the performance benefits

Encryption Week

Published on by Nick Sullivan.

Since CloudFlare’s inception, we have worked tirelessly to make encryption as simple and as accessible as possible. Over the last two years, we’ve made CloudFlare the easiest way to enable encryption for web properties and internet services. From the launch of Universal SSL, which gives HTTPS to millions