June 04, 2012 11:02PM
The Four Critical Security Flaws that Resulted in Last Friday's Hack
A core value CloudFlare is that security information should be shared between organizations to make the entire Internet safer. That is how CloudFlare's systems work: if one site is attacked, data about that attack is immediately shared with the rest of the network so other sites can be safe....
June 01, 2012 11:22PM
Post Mortem: Today's Attack; Apparent Google Apps/Gmail Vulnerability; and How to Protect Yourself
This morning a hacker was able to access a customer's account on CloudFlare and change that customer's DNS records. The attack was the result of a compromise of Google's account security procedures....
May 02, 2012 9:41PM
Today's Outage Post Mortem
CloudFlare had an outage across much of our network today. The outage began at 20:19 (GMT). It affected approximately 75% of traffic to CloudFlare's network. The length of time for the outage varied depending on region, but the maximum period of downtime was approximately 15 minutes....
February 24, 2012 4:08PM
Post Mortem: The Ugly, the Bad & the Good
Last night was not our finest hour. Around 07:30 GMT, we were finishing up a push of a new DNS infrastructure. The core of what this new update was built to do is make DNS updates even faster....
August 25, 2011 12:54AM
Apache Killer Terminated: Zero Day Exploit, Zero Day Fix
Early this morning word spread that there was a zero day exploit dubbed the "Apache Killer." The exploit uses malformed Apache byte-range headers to crash the web server. The exploit is effective against the latest versions of Apache as well as versions back to v1.3....