In April, we announced support for HTTP/2 Server Push via the HTTP Link header. My coworker John has demonstrated how easy it is to add Server Push to an example PHP application. We wanted to make it easy to improve the performance of contemporary websites built with Node.js.
In April we announced that we had added experimental support for HTTP/2 Server Push to all CloudFlare web sites. We did this so that our customers could iterate on this new functionality.
Two weeks ago CloudFlare announced that it was supporting HTTP/2 Server Push for all our customers. By simply adding a Link header to an HTTP response specifying preload CloudFlare would automatically push items to web browsers that support Server Push.
Recently, a new brute force attack method for WordPress instances was identified by Sucuri. This latest technique allows attackers to try a large number of WordPress username and password login combinations in a single HTTP request.
Much of the modern Internet is built on what is known as the LAMP Stack. LAMP originally stood for Linux + Apache + MySQL + PHP. You'll find this basic stack at the core of companies like Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and more.