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Out of the Clouds and into the weeds: Cloudflare’s approach to abuse in new products

In a blogpost yesterday, we addressed the principles we rely upon when faced with numerous and various requests to address the content of websites that use our services. We believe the building blocks that we provide for other people to share and access content online should be provided in a content-neutral way. We also believe…

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Do You Work from Home? Make Sure You Do This.

A growing portion of the people that read this site work from home because they want to build their own business, be closer to family, or just explore a new and modern career path on the Internet. But working from home is a completely different experience from working in an office, and when you do…

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Cloudflare’s RPKI Toolkit

A few months ago, we made a first then a second announcement about Cloudflare’s involvement in Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI), and our desire to make BGP Internet routing more secure. Our mission is to build a safer Internet. We want to make it easier for network operators to deploy RPKI. Today’s article is going…

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Here’s Some New Blogging Statistics for 2018

Do a quick Google search for “blogging statistics” and you’ll find some really good posts. Unfortunately, a lot of them are writing about the same stats from the same studies and surveys. Today I’ve got a new set of statistics to add to the mix that looks at things like why people start blogs, the…

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A Simple Way to Get More Traffic Without Creating New Content

Last week I published a few blogging statistics and one of the main takeaways was that most bloggers still struggle to find readers and traffic. This is a real shame because all of that hard work writing articles and building beautiful blogs is wasted unless you get people reading them. I decided to dedicate a…

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Cloudflare Registrar at three months

We announced Cloudflare Registrar in September. We launched the product by making it available in waves to our existing customers. During that time we gathered feedback and continued making improvements to the product while also adding more TLDs. Staring today, we’re excited to make Cloudflare Registrar available to all of our customers. Cloudflare Registrar only…

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Announcing workers.dev

We are working really hard to allow you to deploy Workers without having a Cloudflare domain. You will soon be able to deploy your Cloudflare Workers to a subdomain-of-your-choice.workers.dev, which you can go claim now on workers.dev! Why are we doing this? You may have read the announcement blog post for Workers (or one of…

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Stop the Bots: Practical Lessons in Machine Learning

Bot-powered credential stuffing is a scourge on the modern Internet. These attacks attempt to log into and take over a user’s account by assaulting password forms with a barrage of dictionary words and previously stolen account credentials, with the aim of performing fraudulent transactions, stealing sensitive data, and compromising personal information. At Cloudflare we’ve built…

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