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Cloudflare, CDN, protezione DDOS e SSL gratis per tutti

In questi giorni, per esigenze lavorative, mi sono ritrovato a dover cercare una CDN affidabile e a prezzi abbordabili.

Una CDN (Content Delivery Network), per chi non lo sapesse, รจ una rete che consente di distribuire contenuti statici (immagini, html, javascript, ecc) su diversi nodi sparsi per il mondo. 516 more words


CloudFlare activates free Universal SSL encryption for its customers' websites

CloudFlare has made good on a promise it made back in August, by turning on SSL encryption for the webpages of all its customers.

The firm, which provides content delivery and… 322 more words

Introducing Universal SSL

This morning we began rolling out the Universal SSL across all our current customers. We expect this process to be complete for all current customers before the end of the day. 48 more words


CloudFlare Adds SSL To All Customers In Advance Of Google's Focus On Security

Google dancers have been in a tizzy recently after the company announced that secure websites will be ranked higher in listings, a move that has made a million SEO salespeople instant experts in SSL (and improved the general security of the web.) … 319 more words


Cloudflare SSL

In a recent blog post CloudFlare announced that they will deploy Universal SSL. What it means, in short, is that even the free tier of their clients will receive redirect to TLS servers configured with ECDSA certificates if the CDN detects a modern browser. 12 more words


CloudFlare Rolls Out ShellShock Protection For All of Its Customers

In a ‘noble move’ today, CloudFlare rolled out ShellShock protection for all of its customers irrespective of the plan they are on. Previously, one of the largest CDNs introduced protection against ShellShock vulnerability for its customers on Pro, Business, and Enterprise plans for web traffic going through CloudFlare. 448 more words


Let's Fix The Internet

I hate to be the one to tell you this, but: we, the people of the Internet, have collectively run up a colossal amount of… 878 more words