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CREDO and Cloudflare argue against national security letter gag orders

Earlier this week, the FBI finally allowed Cloudflare and CREDO Mobile to identify themselves as recipients of national security letters, which allow the agency to secretly order tech companies to hand over customer data. 815 more words


BrightTALK webinar on Cloudbleed

Last week I moderated a BrightTALK webinar on the infamous “Cloudbleed” bug.

Join BrightTALK and check out this informative panel discussion I moderated titled “ 86 more words


Cloudflare addresses data leak

For 5 days within February this year; an information disclosure issue affected Cloudflare’s infrastructure. This led to their systems inadvertently leaking private session keys, website cookies, encryption keys and passwords. 247 more words

Security Advice

EPiServer DXC and HOSTS files with Cloudflare (error 1001)

The normal way of testing a site with the final domain url set in place is to spoof the DNS record by making a HOSTS file entry. 126 more words


Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Cloudflare Aftermath and Online Stores Breached

The Cloudflare software bug that resulted in the potential leaking of sensitive data remained as the top trending cybercrime event of the past week as researchers continued to investigate and quantify the effects of the incident. 1,198 more words

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup

Cloudflare chief pledges third-party review of code

Bad as Cloudbleed is, there’s no evidence attackers exploited it before the patch was deployed. But since the vulnerability was triggered more than 1.2m times from 6,500 sites, Cloudflare is taking no chances: the company has tapped an outside company, Veracode, to scour its code. 511 more words


Alert: Cloudbleed investigation turns up a million leaks but no signs of exploitation

Since Cloudflare revealed a bug that caused random chunks of data to leak from customer websites, including Fitbit and OkCupid, the company has worked to determine the extent of the problem. 588 more words