July 12, 2013 12:02AM
Staying on top of TLS attacks
CloudFlare makes extensive use of TLS connections throughout our service which makes staying on top of the latest news about security problems with TLS a priority. We use TLS both externally and internally and different uses of TLS have different constraints....
February 04, 2013 2:26PM
New "Lucky Thirteen" SSL Vulnerabilities: CloudFlare Users Protected
CloudFlare often gets early word of new vulnerabilities before they are released. Last week we got word that today (Monday, February 4, 2013) there would be a new SSL vulnerability announced....
June 29, 2012 3:15AM
How to make SSL fast
Speed & Reliability
HTTP, the protocol of the web, is unencrypted by default. That means it is trivial for someone using the same local network as you to spy on all the data you send to and receive from most websites....
June 15, 2012 10:43AM
In 2009, Google began work on a new network protocol to make web pages faster. Dubbed SPDY (pronounced "speedy"), the protocol is designed to solve many of the bottlenecks that slow HTTP down. Beginning today, we're rolling out a beta of SPDY to CloudFlare customers....
June 02, 2012 12:55AM
Taming BEAST: Faster, Safer SSL now on CloudFlare
For some time, the vast majority of the web has been vulnerable to the so-called BEAST SSL attack. The attack was first demonstrated in 2011, and more than 90% of the Internet including large sites like Google.com remain vulnerable to their SSL sessions being decrypted....