CloudFlare Watch


CloudFlare is a venture-funded startup that routes around Internet abuse by  
  acting as a reverse proxy. They also encourage illegality by allowing hackers,
DDoSers, cyberbullies, and copyright pirates to hide behind their servers.     


Carders love CloudFlare

CloudFlare's SSL: suspicious sockets layer

CloudFlare's growth is not so amazing

CloudFlare attracts "repeat infringers"

CloudFlare seeks riches through anarchy

Uncovering bad guys hiding behind CloudFlare

CloudFlare's customers: Same old power law

Spamhaus blocks CloudFlare's IP ranges

Some domains that recently used CloudFlare

Those laughable CloudFlare terms of service

Dear Damon Billian: We're not as stupid as you think!

Where in the world are those CloudFlare domains?

The gang at CloudFlare aids and abets cybercriminals

Is CloudFlare a honey pot?

"The LulzSec hacker group, which used CloudFlare's service to protect a website where it boasted of its exploits, praised CloudFlare after the service successfully fended off a barrage of attacks designed to bring down the site."    — Wall Street Journal

CloudFlare still chummy with ex-cons from LulzSec


The latest fad for venture-funded startups in Silicon Valley:
Cyberwar profiteering!




Mr. Prince forgot to add: "...people on opposite sides of a conflict can stay safe and
secure online, and hurt their enemy more effectively. CloudFlare profits from
this, which is why I argue for free speech on the Internet.
It's beautiful."



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