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Using HTTP/2 Server Push with PHP

Two weeks ago CloudFlare announced that it was supporting HTTP/2 Server Push for all our customers. By simply adding a Link header to an HTTP response specifying preload CloudFlare would automatically push items to web browsers that support Server Push. 43 more words


Ubiquiti Unifi and SSL - the easy way


If you run a Unifi controler, you know it sucks in regards to SSL certificates.

Well here is an easy hack. Setup a free cloudflare account and point it through cloudflare. 69 more words


CloudFlare says 94% of Tor requests are "malicious"

CloudFlare says 94 % of the requests coming from the Tor Network are automated malicious communications, but this doesn’t tell the entire story. For a week in March CloudFlare analyzed the traffic of its customer’s sites from the Tor Network. 945 more words



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CloudFlare: 94 Percent of Tor Traffic Is Automated or Malicious

CloudFlare explains how it deals with Tor traffic. After being accused of intentionally sabotaging Tor traffic last month, CloudFlare has come forward with an official statement in which it explains why the company does what it does. 479 more words


CloudFlare API and PowerShell

CloudFlare has a nicely documented and approachable API for automating all aspects of their growing range of DNS, security and protection features.

The API lives here:  147 more words



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