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Cloudflare’s global network now serves more than 18 million Internet properties

Cloudflare, a leading Internet security, performance, and reliability company, announced that it protects and optimizes more than 18 million Internet properties as of the …

Cloudflare new partnership offers customers complete observability across their services

Cloudflare, a leading Internet performance, security, and reliability company, announced that it has partnered with Chronicle Security, Datadog, Elastic, Looker, Splunk, and …

Cloudflare raises $150M and strengthens its board of directors

Cloudflare, the leading Internet performance and security company, announced that it raised $150 million in its latest round of funding, led by Franklin Templeton. The company …

US Signal partners with Cloudflare to deliver DDoS protection service

US Signal announced that it has partnered with Cloudflare to bring a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) protection service to market. The new service delivers DDoS …

WP Engine launches Global Edge Security for WordPress with Cloudflare

WP Engine announced the launch of Global Edge Security, an enterprise-class security solution built from Cloudflare’s Internet performance and security solutions. Global Edge …

OneLogin and Cloudflare collaboration eliminates the need for VPNs

OneLogin and Cloudflare announced an integration and partnership to enable zero-trust authentication across SaaS and on-premise applications, eliminating the need for VPNs. …

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Cloudflare launches privacy-protecting DNS service

If you’ve been offline during the weekend you might have missed Cloudflare announcing a new privacy-oriented consumer DNS service, hosted at the following IP addresses: …

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Surge in memcached-based reflected DDoS attacks is due to misconfigured servers

Massive memcached-based reflection DDoS attacks with an unprecedented amplification factor have been ongoing for the last few days, by taking advantage of memcached servers …

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Tech firms band together to take down Android DDoS botnet

An ad-hoc alliance of tech firms has managed to seriously cripple an Android-based botnet that was being actively used to DDoS multiple content providers. The botnet, dubbed …

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