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  1. Cloudflare Doubts DMCA Takedown Company’s Fake Employee and Special Bots Cloudflare has faced quite a few copyright challenges in courts already, but a case filed by two wedding dress manufacturers is taking an unforeseen turn. At a Pennsylvania federal court, the CDN provider filed a motion to demand evidence from the companies' DMCA takedown partner, to find out more about a fake employee profile and its speedy takedown bots. Popular CDN and DDoS protection service Cloudflare has come under a lot of pressure from copyright holders in recent year
  2. Cloudflare Page Shield: Early warning system for malicious scripts Cloudflare has released a new feature that aims to protect websites from Magecart and other malicious JavaScript-based attacks. A typical cyberattack is introducing malicious JavaScript onto a website to redirect visitors to malicious sites, display phishing forms, exploit vulnerabilities, and steal submitted payment information. To introduce malicious scripts on a website, threat actors will commonly add the malicious inline JavaScript to the web page, add an external malicious
  3. Cloudflare Must Block Pirate IPTV Services, Appeals Court Confirms Last year Cloudflare was ordered to block access to the sites of customers who provided illegal IPTV services. The CDN provider appealed the injunctions, arguing that it's merely a neutral intermediary, but without result. Two separate orders released over the past several days confirm that Cloudflare must block domain names and IP-addresses of the pirate IPTV services. CDN provider Cloudflare is one of the leading Internet companies, providing services to millions of customers larg
  4. KEMTLS: Cloudflare trials new encryption mechanism in anticipation of post-quantum TLS shortcomings Devised by a global team of academics, KEMTLS uses key encapsulation instead of signatures for authentication With quantum computing looming on the horizon, Cloudflare says it has been trialing the KEMTLS protocol and plans to use post-quantum cryptography for most internal services by the end of this year. The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, which currently secures most internet connections, consists of a key exchange authenticated by digital s
  5. Niece Waidhofer and cosplay models Ryuu Lavitz and OMGcosplay are accusing Cloudflare of protecting and supporting pirate sites that host their leaked photos. Responding to the lawsuit, Cloudflare pointed out that it's a content-neutral service provider but the models argue that the CDN provider has made a cottage industry out of indulging pirates. Earlier this year Texas-based model Deniece Waidhofer sued Thothub for copyright infringement after the site’s users posted many of her ‘exclusive’ photos. Soon after the complaint was filed Thoth
  6. The RIAA is ramping up the pressure on a wide range of platforms allegedly involved in music piracy. Two DMCA subpoenas obtained against Cloudflare and Namecheap require the companies to hand over all information they hold on more than 40 torrent sites, streaming portals and YouTube-ripping services. Also included in the mix are several file-hosting platforms. Even erring on the side of caution with conservative estimates, there are at least hundreds of piracy-related sites on the Internet today that the RIAA would like to shut down. To have
  7. Cloudflare has denied that it's part of a RICO copyright infringement conspiracy. The CDN provider responded to the allegations from Texas-based model Deniece Waidhofer, who sued Cloudflare, Thothub and several advertisers. While Thothub has vanished, the lawsuit isn't going away just yet. Cloudflare is a CDN provider that doesn’t host any copyright infringing material, but several of the company’s customers do. This has resulted in various copyright infringement allegations, including lawsuits in the US, Europe, and elsewhere.
  8. A Higher Regional Court in Germany has confirmed an injunction handed down against Cloudflare that prevents the CDN provider from facilitating access to pirate music site DDL-Music. The music industry welcomed the development, stating that a service that helps infringers evade prosecution through anonymization also acts illegally. CDN company Cloudflare has grown to become one of the most useful and important companies on the Internet, serving millions of websites that in turn serve countless millions of users of their own. One of Cloudflare’s key aims is t
  9. An Italian court has ordered Cloudflare to block current and future domain names and IP-addresses of the pirate IPTV service "IPTV THE BEST." The order, which follows a complaint from the football league Serie A and Sky Italy, is the first of its kind in the country. Cloudflare put up a strong defense, arguing that it merely passes on traffic, but that didn't convince the court. In recent years, many copyright holders have complained that Cloudflare does little to nothing to stop pirate sites from using its services. The US-based company
  10. Anti-piracy coalition ACE is continuing its crackdown on pirate sites, targeting several high profile actors. Represented by the MPA, the group requests a DMCA subpoena that requires Cloudflare to hand over personal information and account details relating to the operators of The Pirate Bay, YTS, 1337x, EZTV, Seasonvar, Tamilrockers, Lordfilms, and many others. As one of the leading CDN and DDoS protection services, Cloudflare is used by millions of websites across the globe. This includes many pirate sites. Copyright holders would ideally l
  11. And Cloudflare customers get way better availability The Internet Archive, repository for some 468bn webpages, has become a fail-over service for Cloudflare customers, which could improve website availability for everyone. On Thursday, Mark Graham, director of the Wayback Machine at the non-profit Internet Archive, said the archive's web-focused warehouse, the Wayback Machine, will store snapshots of websites enrolled in Cloudflare's Always Online service to provide access to those sites in the event they go offline. Graham in a blog post
  12. At a moment when free speech online and moderation policies are more controversial than ever, Cloudflare is facing accusations that it’s providing cybersecurity protection for at least seven terrorist organizations—a situation that some legal experts say could put it in legal jeopardy. Cloudflare offers a wide-range of services that are fundamental to operating a modern website, such as DDoS protection that prevents a site from being overwhelmed by too many simultaneous requests. It’s a massive organization that claims to handle 10 percent of all internet
  13. 8chan has harbored a community of hate and three mass-shooters have now hosted manifestos on the platform. Cloudflare, a company that provides website security and internet infrastructure services, announced on Sunday that it would drop 8chan as a customer. "8chan has repeatedly proven itself to be a cesspool of hate," said Matthew Prince, Cloudflare CEO, in a statement published on late Sunday night. 8chan failed to moderate its content Prince said the site has failed to moderate its "hate-filled community." Because of this, 8chan, a f
  14. Online security and content delivery company Cloudflare priced its shares at $15 per share on Thursday afternoon, $1 per share above its raised range. The company, which will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, first pitched its IPO between $10 and $12 per share, which it later increased to $12 to $14. At $15 per share, the company raised $525 million in its debut. Bloomberg first reported the pricing. The figure outstrips the company’s prior known fundraising. Cloudflare raised $332.1 million as a private company, with its m
  15. Content delivery network provider Cloudflare Inc. is set to go public in September after filing a confidential S-1 application with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a report today from Business Insider. Cloudflare was first reported to be considering an initial public offering this year in October, but those plans were speculated to be on the back burner in March after the company raised $150 million from Franklin Resources Inc. That round is said to have valued Cloudflare at $3.2 billion with an IPO likely to see a valuation of som
  16. Cloudflare, a company providing performance and security to websites, is having network problems of its own this morning — and taking down a lot of its customers’ sites and apps in the process. Affected companies include podcast app Overcast, chat service Discord, managed hosting provider WP Engine, eCommerce hosting provider Sonassi, public web front-end CDN service CDNJS, and many others — including the sites that rely on the web hosting or who partner with Cloudflare for their CDN service. According to Cloudflare, it identified a possible route leak that’s impacting
  17. In a case filed in California, Cloudflare stands accused of failing to terminate customers that have been repeatedly called out as copyright infringers. The case wasn't filed by Hollywood or the major record labels, but by two manufacturers of wedding dresses. The CDN provider tried to have the case dismissed recently but in a new order, the court refuses to do so. Popular CDN and DDoS protection service Cloudflare has come under a lot of pressure from copyright holders in recent years. The company offers its services to millions of sites, including some of the world’
  18. Cloudflare, a content delivery and Internet security firm, set an initial price range for its IPO this morning. The San Francisco-based company will target a per-share price of $10 to $12 when it goes public in the coming weeks. Selling an expected 35 million shares in its IPO, Cloudflare could raise as much as $420 million in the share sale. Add in the 5.25 million shares reserved for its underwriting banks, and the company could gross $483 million at $12 per share, the top of its range. According to its new S-1/A filing, Cloudflare anticipates having arou
  19. The culprit? .*(?:.*=.*) Cloudflare has published a detailed and refreshingly honest report into precisely what went wrong earlier this month when its systems fell over and took a big wedge of the internet with it. We already knew from a quick summary published the next day, and our interview with its CTO John Graham-Cumming, that the 30-minute global outage had been caused by an error in a single line of code in a system the company uses to push rapid software changes. Even though that change had been run through a test beforehand, the blunder
  20. Cloudflare aims to make HTTPS certificates safe from BGP hijacking attacks Free service prevents BGP hijackers from fraudulently obtaining browser-trusted certs. Enlarge nternet1.jpg by Rock1997 modified. Content delivery network Cloudflare is introducing a free service designed to make it harder for browser-trusted HTTPS certificates to fall into the hands of bad guys who exploit Internet weaknesses at the time the certificates are issued. The attacks were described in a paper published last year tit
  21. Cloudflare revealed the company's first VPN product today called Warp which it plans to launch as part of the company's 1.1.1.1 application soon. April 1st is probably the worst day to make announcements for products that do exist. Cloudflare apparently could not pass the opportunity to select April 1st, or 4/1, as the date to reveal Warp. The company launched a DNS service a year ago and with it the DNS applications 1.1.1.1 for Android and iOS. The service supported security features like DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS, a strict no IP address logging policy, the delet
  22. Cloudflare's Speed Test promises better performance insights Cloudflare launched Speed Test some time ago; it is an online service that tests various networking related parameters such as the download speed, latency, or jitter. Speed tests are a dime a dozen on the Internet, and it is probably a good idea to start with Cloudflare's explanation as to why it launched its own Speed Test on the Internet. According to Cloudflare, it is all about the insights that its Internet speed test provides. Although there are a slew of speed testing tools
  23. Anti-piracy coalition ACE is going after the operators of several pirate streaming sites. The members of ACE obtained a DMCA subpoena that requires Cloudflare to hand over the personal details and account information related to 37 domain names, including Flixtor.to, Myflixer.to, Watchserieshd.tv, HDSS.to and Soap2day.to. The online piracy ecosystem is constantly evolving. Ten years ago the entertainment industries were mostly concerned with torrent sites. Today, online streaming sites and services are the main challenges. To tack
  24. Cloudflare doesn't remove anything in response to DMCA takedown notices unless it stores the content permanently. However, the company will hand over personal details of customers to copyright holders who obtain a DMCA subpoena. Over the past 12 months, Cloudflare was ordered to share information regarding more than 400 accounts. Popular CDN and DDoS protection service Cloudflare has come under a lot of pressure from copyright holders in recent years. The company offers its services to millions of sites. This includes multinationals, governments, but also s
  25. Cloudflare Warp: beta clients for Windows and Mac are now available Internet company Cloudflare launched its 1.1.1.1 DNS service to the public on April 1, 2018. Besides using one of the easiest to remember IP addresses, Cloudflare promised that 1.1.1.1 would be one of the fastest DNS services, support DNS-over-HTTPS and DNS-over-TLS, and that it would honor user privacy. Cloudflare is one of the options in many, currently experimental, DNS-over-HTTPS implementations in web browsers (Chrome, Firefox) and operating systems (Windows). Cloudflare added optional filters to
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