Cloudflare Outage Map
Cloudflare is a company that provides DDoS mitigation, content delivery network (CDN) services, security and distributed DNS services. Cloudflare's services sit between the visitor and the Cloudflare user's hosting provider, acting as a reverse proxy for websites.
Cloudflare Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Mairena del Aljarafe, Andalucía||1|
|Los Angeles, CA||1|
|Toledo, Castilla-La Mancha||1|
|Washington, D.C., DC||1|
|Acapulco de Juárez, GRO||1|
|Valencia, Comunitat Valenciana||1|
|Gold Coast, QLD||1|
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Cloudflare Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@momack28 @pfrazee @infura_io @Cloudflare My main concern is that if I provide the full size images even for just the most recent image from the satellites and it gets some traction, my bandwidth costs will skyrocket. Storage is also a concern but probably further down the line since I don't expect to host images forever
@freeCodeCamp I have had no luck accessing the site, still. I get a OTP challenge when trying to sign in, but catch a 504 error from Cloudflare every time I try.
So this slack bot needs to hit a few APIs to complete its task, but Cloudflare worker will terminate all connections as soon as I respond. And Slack wants my bot to respond ASAP. Maybe I should just go with a tried and true service on k8s...
@riotgames Yeah but you haven’t fixed the brute force of user accounts issue. Start blocking brute force attacks or get @Cloudflare on your web infra or something.
@TechTrainerTim Was using CloudFlare but it recently had some issues. Changed to Google and it's been good. There is a util that benchmarks DNS for your connection. Can't recall name atm.
@Yank @Cloudflare Actually I was talking about one of my domains, disabling DNSSEC fixed the issue. I removed it from my account and kept the registrar DNS for debugging. Now it is working with DNSSEC disabled.
6) Rs correctly note that the world has become more complicated since #Section230 was enacted, and that the issue isn't just about websites anymore, but also about services like CloudFlare Yes, but that messing with those services could TRULY break the Internet
"Apple engineers at IETF are working on a solution to add DoH support at an operating system level" Keep this in mind when considering replacing the system resolver. Don't overlook users that already use DNSCrypt or DoH via an app like DNSCloak or Cloudflare's 18.104.22.168 either.
@syedbalkhi @sucurisecurity @Cloudflare And even in their support system response time is pretty dead. In emergencies, they take around 12 hours to respond with a weird reply, which means you are not going to get a solution before 24 hours or more even your site is down :(
@PhoenixxVIP @AdahliaCole @socalsweetsarah @WeAreTryst Cloudflare is a CDN and cloudsigma is a VPS/Hosting cloud service, which are two different things. you could use both at the same time, technically, as they don't provide the same service based on my understanding.
@bzimmatore @sucurisecurity @sucurilabs @perezbox @danielcid @sh0kunin I'm not claiming anything. It's obviously an attack they can't mitigate. They should give in and ask @Cloudflare for some help. At least they can keep us online lol
@PhoenixxVIP @AdahliaCole @socalsweetsarah @WeAreTryst honestly im not following - if they get their cloudflare shut down, the server/site are still in tact. it's just like having a domain shut down; you just get a different one and do your 301 redirects.
Cloudflare blocks or challenges bad requests from hitting my website. #cloudflare
When it got issue with Cloudflare... #yangpahamaja
Today @sucurisecurity faced a major outage - first in Europe and then I believe worldwide since some of my sites went down. I see a lot of people saying they'll switch to @Cloudflare but remember they too had an outage in July. In tech, outages are a matter of when (not if).