In April, we wrote about Web Cache Deception attacks, and how our customers can avoid them using origin configuration. Since our previous blog post, we have looked for but have not seen any large scale attacks like this in the wild.
Cloudflare provides numerous benefits to ecommerce sites, including advanced DDOS protection and an industry-leading Web Application Firewall (WAF) that helps secure your transactions and protect customers’ private data. A key Cloudflare feature is caching, which allows content to be served closer to the end user from our global network of
About a month ago, security researcher Omer Gil published the details of an attack that he calls the Web Cache Deception attack. It works against sites that sit behind a reverse proxy (like Cloudflare) and are misconfigured in a particular way.
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I was asked to debug another weird issue on our network. Apparently every now and then a connection going through CloudFlare would time out with 522 HTTP error. CC BY 2.0 image by Chris Combe 522 error on CloudFlare indicates a connection issue between our edge server and the