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Add WordPress.com Custom Domain Mapping site to CloudFlare

If you have recently mapped a custom domain to your WordPress.com blog or website and want to harness the power of Cloudflare, you have come to the right place. 628 more words

WordPress

CloudFlare adds lots of new encryption features

CloudFlare is encrypting its corner of the internet.

The company announced today that it has rolled out new encryption features for all the websites it protects: TLS 1.3, automatic HTTPS rewrites, and opportunistic encryption upgrades. 777 more words

Security

How Better Technology Benefits Companies and Hackers Alike

Take a moment to consider how technology has changed the way companies do business. Employees can now work from the comfort of their homes using laptops, tablets, and mobile phones. 30 more words

Business

How Better Technology Benefits Companies and Hackers Alike

Take a moment to consider how technology has changed the way companies do business. Employees can now work from the comfort of their homes using laptops, tablets, and mobile phones. 30 more words

Business

How Better Technology Benefits Companies and Hackers Alike

Take a moment to consider how technology has changed the way companies do business.

Employees can now work from the comfort of their homes using laptops, tablets, and mobile phones. 253 more words

Tech

Tạo hosting miễn phí với OpenShift Online

Bạn đang có ý định xây dựng cho mình một website cá nhân nhưng kinh phí để thuê và duy trì hosting thì quá đắt. Bạn đang tập làm web và muốn có 1 không gian để thử nghiệm. 2,777 more words

ネットワーク障害でトラフィックが欧州から香港へ:これもヒューマン・エラー!

Outage that rerouted European traffic to Asia blamed on ‘human error’

21 June 2016 By Michael Hurley

http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/content-tracks/security-risk/outage-that-rerouted-european-traffic-to-asia-blamed-on-human-error/96425.fullarticle

 

 

A major network outage affecting disparate services such as WhatsApp, Reddit, CloudFlare and AWS on Monday was apparently caused by an engineer at TeliaSonera, who misconfigured a router and accidentally sent most of Europe’s traffic to Hong Kong, the Register… 425 more words

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