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Cloudflare is a company that provides DDoS mitigation, content delivery network (CDN) services, security and distributed DNS services. Cloudflare's services sit between the visitor and the Cloudflare user's hosting provider, acting as a reverse proxy for websites.

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Cloudflare Outage Chart 08/13/2020 12:50

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Cloud Services 40.00% Cloud Services
  • E-mail 20.00% E-mail
  • Domains 20.00% Domains
  • Web Tools 20.00% Web Tools

Cloudflare Outage Map

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from:
SpainPalma Cloud Services
SpainAtarfe Web Tools
PeruLima Domains
FranceChelles Cloud Services
ItalyGussago E-mail
UruguayPaso Pereira Domains

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Cloudflare Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • pskinner11 Preston Skinner (@pskinner11) reported

    Error 524 and Cloudflare are going to be my worst nightmare trying to preorder @linkinpark's #HybridTheory20 box set.

  • thexder182 Jeffrey Parker (@thexder182) reported

    @Cloudflare looks like you are having some issues again, your quad1s DNS is completely down.

  • imromec Raj Suthar (@imromec) reported

    @Cloudflare you know what 'Remember Me' supposed to remember the user logins! Tired of logging-in again and again. There is some issue with Firefox + Mac.

  • marioknight Dan Bednarski (@marioknight) reported

    Looks like Cloudflare DNS and are busted again. Switched router to use OpenDNS like before was a thing, but that doesn't help for domains that use Cloudflare DNS. Amusingly all VPNs for work are unaffected.

  • josh_murchie Josh M (@josh_murchie) reported

    @TimDotZero @eric_capuano Pretty confident it's a Cloudflare outage. They're my upstream DNS and my internet died. Swapped DNS and I'm good again. Also can't get to any of my custom domains which are proxied through Cloudflare.

  • josh_murchie Josh M (@josh_murchie) reported

    I'll take another #Cloudflare outage for $100, Alex.

  • myvidster MyVidster (@myvidster) reported

    Our DNS provider Cloudflare is having issues, which affects our website and app.

  • Slypenslyde Slypenslyde (@Slypenslyde) reported

    Huh this might be a bigger outage like Cloudflare or something. Twitter and Google are working fine but a lot of other sites aren't.

  • esl753 ESL! (@esl753) reported

    @Cloudflare Don’t get cloudflare it sucks ***

  • poisonrion Rudy 자하드 (@poisonrion) reported

    What's wrong with Cloudflare Warp lately. My connection just drop and i can't access internet sometimes. Welp, not a technician and idk anything about tech, guess everytime they 'down' i'll just stop playing GBF t.t

  • EwanToo 𝗘𝘄𝗮𝗻 𝗟𝗲𝗶𝘁𝗵 (@EwanToo) reported

    @MartinDotNet @Cloudflare I know it doesn't help, but I feel your pain 😥

  • blongwe 🇰🇪Brian Munyao Longwe🇲🇼 (@blongwe) reported

    @meolik By virtue of Google, Microsoft Facebook, Akamai, Netflix, Cloudflare having Content Delivery Network nodes physically in Kenya and accessible at/via the Internet Exchange Point, KENET has been able to see over 70% of all their traffic happenning locally. @stevesong

  • MartinDotNet Martin Thwaites (@MartinDotNet) reported

    I have to say that I'm really not impressed with @Cloudflare's "Enterprise" support... leaving people with a site down, not answering tickets for around 30 minutes That's pretty bad by anyone's standards, but when it's likely a key part of your infrastructure, that's even worse.

  • ianjeffray Ian Jeffray (@ianjeffray) reported

    @virginmedia So you really don't give a damn. That's appalling. I consider @cloudflare @CloudflareHelp to be committing wide-scale denial of service against me and in general against wide blocks of your IP range and you refuse to do anything about them? You are complicit in their attack.

  • dsh82 D (@dsh82) reported

    @embedded_iot May or may not work but what about use something like cloudflare, offload the TLS connection to that from the public, then connection to devices on non TLS from cloudflare but those devices are locked down to just cloudflare to talk to using white / blacklists

  • ianjeffray Ian Jeffray (@ianjeffray) reported

    @virginmedia "IP address issues" ? Is that what you think @cloudflare @CloudflareHelp blocking big chunks of your customers IP ranges amounts to? Don't you care? Don't you think it's YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to fend off this kind of evil stuff?

  • ianjeffray Ian Jeffray (@ianjeffray) reported

    Will @virginmedia take action against @Cloudflare for regularly blocking big chunks of your IP ranges and preventing access to big chunks of the Internet? @CloudflareHelp don't seem to give a damn - they are just evil. #EVIL #DenialOfService

  • Ratsaurus11 Ratsaurus (@Ratsaurus11) reported

    @newchloe18 They just wanted a chance to practice saying, 'Cloudflare will continue to monitor the situation.' again. 🥴Hopefully it stays up longer until the next problem but we all know that isn't likely.

  • WpDoz WPDoz (@WpDoz) reported

    Stopping the bad guys with Cloudflare: 10,742 malicious requests blocked or challenged in the last month #cloudflare

  • PlausibleHQ Plausible Analytics (@PlausibleHQ) reported

    @baptiste0928 @filamentcolors using Cloudflare proxy? if you disable it in Cloudflare settings and keep it to DNS only, it fixes the issue

  • webhat (((webhat))) (@webhat) reported

    @theroxyd Some CDNs like @Cloudflare are slow to respond. Like other CDNs, they say it's the responsibility of the site admins to remove the data. Using legal means it depends on the situation who we need to complain to

  • Tagolfirg Fanil Valiev (@Tagolfirg) reported

    Cloudflare blocks or challenges bad requests from hitting my website. #cloudflare

  • troykelly Troy Kelly (@troykelly) reported

    @xxdesmus I've got a hypothetical for you - because I don't understand your position, and this might help me get some clarity. Your position is that Cloudflare doesn't "host" anything, so I have to take it up with the hosting provider...

  • askbill Bill Ferrante (@askbill) reported

    Last night there was a @cloudflare issue that took down a few (not all) of our sites globally where proxy was enabled. The published status doesn’t match the symptoms we experienced and I’m wondering if we can have a more detailed incident report. @jgrahamc @Jerome_UZ possible?

  • nateberkopec Nate Berkopec (@nateberkopec) reported

    So, yes, you are _possibly_ adding one additional server than was there before, but you are also increasing amount of distance a request spends in Amazon/Cloudflare optimized network vs whatever **** 3rd-party agreements your ISP was able to sign up for.

  • CatgirlDev Catgirl (@CatgirlDev) reported

    @Cloudflare @CloudflareHelp Can you please have someone take a look at ticket #1946489? Trying to get a few small tweaks added through the Advanced Certificate Manager product and the support rep wasn't able to provide a solution. It's stuck on open now :|

  • rhs Russell Smith 🧢 (@rhs) reported

    p.s. still one thing I find annoying about @Cloudflare workers is the lack of care & support for shipping stuff that's testable. I assume a lot of folks just YOLO their workers and hope it's fine? @DollarShaveClub used to maintain something for testing, but now it's abandoned :(

  • Seraphcal Seraph 🏳️‍⚧️ (@Seraphcal) reported


  • phyzonloop Cloudflare Profits From Child Porn, Racism, Piracy (@phyzonloop) reported

    @troykelly @abcnews Justin nor Cloudflare care about unsuspecting victims of phishing sites on their network. They continue to use "we don't host websites" as their go-to excuse. They're happy to profit from sites that victimize innocent people. #cybercrime $NET

  • troykelly Troy Kelly (@troykelly) reported

    @xxdesmus @Cloudflare @abcnews I didn't ask you to remove content... The request was to stop providing service for the whole domain. It's doing one thing - phishing. 5425993