Cloudflare Outage Map
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Cloudflare Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||2|
|Puebla de Alcocer, Extremadura||1|
|Berlin, Land Berlin||1|
|Cali, Departamento del Valle del Cauca||1|
|Cartago, Provincia de Cartago||1|
|Ubstadt-Weiher, Baden-Württemberg Region||1|
|Dhaka, Dhaka Division||1|
|New Delhi, NCT||1|
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Cloudflare Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
Opensea putting Cloudflare up… The problem is definitely because of DDoS attacks… But sorry I’ll stop whining because OS didn’t do a token…
@tsmith_co Damnit. If only my MS 365 Family would support my domains with CloudFlare. Grrrrr!!!!!
@CloudflareHelp I can't connect to Cloudflare WARP for Colocation of BOM with ISP of "GTPL". Are there any issues with Either Indian ISPs or BOM's Colocation center? It's been 6 days since this issue is happening and not a single word from your side?
maybe i should switch to @Cloudflare workers? this site is built with @remix_run and i hear they support that 😎
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@bagder @fastly Ah, I respect that. I also keep as little data as I can with my service but Cloudflare keeps a fair amount and so I’m seeing from their dashboard that it’s clearly one server at digitalocean or wherever that’s just sending the same request continually.
@bagder @fastly Cloudflare’s edge is dropping billions of requests like this per month for my service. What really surprises me is people who do this from EC2 instances - they’re obviously not worried about their AWS egress fees!
@NikkitaFTW I remember you tried putting it behind Cloudflare CDN, did you encounter a problem setting that up?
Stopping the bad guys with Cloudflare: 430 malicious requests blocked or challenged in the last month #cloudflare
@tekkie @Cloudflare Whee, i've considered using it for routing the traffic, but have never really took it to use. Ton of an incentive, i say.
Stopping the bad guys with Cloudflare: 523 malicious requests blocked or challenged in the last month #cloudflare
Special free gift. Because the actual provider (probably Shinjiru or Hostkey)'s reputation is such utter crap, they have to hide behind @Cloudflare
@RyFarlane Yeah, I heard that too, but I don't see Cloudflare for that. One issue is that all domains are under the same account, so they all use the same NS and IP. Not good if you have a lot of websites. It's better to have IP diversity.
@Rune_Clan You need Cloudflare or your site is going to continuously go down day after day.
@Cloudflare are you planning to support smtp relaying (sending, not just receiving) too?