With more and more platforms taking the necessary precautions against DDoS attacks like integrating DDoS mitigation services and increasing bandwidth at weak points, Layer 3 and 4 attacks are just not as effective anymore.
It's no secret that Cloudflare has been a big proponent of TLS 1.3, the newest edition of the TLS protocol that improves both speed and security, since we have made it available to our customers starting in 2016.
One of the most common feature requests we get is to allow customers to share access to their account. This has been supported at our Enterprise level of service, but is now expanding to all customers.
Today we would like to announce support for two more Identity Providers with Cloudflare Access: Centrify and OneLogin. If you are using Centrify or OneLogin as your identity provider you can now easily integrate them with Cloudflare Access.
In previous blog post we discussed how we use the TPROXY iptables module to power Cloudflare Spectrum. With TPROXY we solved a major technical issue on the server side, and we thought we might find another use for it on the client side of our product.