about DDOS attack and cloudflare and OVH

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I have a site faced a ddos attack very strong as cloudflare firewall, we faced 13 billion request per 24hours
ofcourse the server … | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1830747&goto=newpost

Proxying cPanel nameservers through Cloudflare?

I’ve always thought that it would be good to proxy our cPanel nameservers through Cloudflare to obfuscate our real server IP. Repeatedly, my… | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1829727&goto=newpost

cdn – Is there a risk to hosting service if hot-potato site is using cloudflare?

If set up correctly and securely the actual site is not significantly vulnerable to a DDOS attack, although depending on the way the site is written and how dedicated the attackers are there may be some limited exposure to the final site if the DDDOS attack can find a way to do the attack through Cloudflare.

A point of Cloudflare is that they can’t discover the actual site via DNS settings – they would need to find it an alternative way because the DNS points to Cloudflare – which would be hard but might be exposed through scouring the web or if your site can be hacked and the final IP exposed. You can greatly limit the attack vector by only allowing Cloudflare IPs to connect to your webserver using some kind of firewall.

Prevent attackers from seeing the real IP address behind a Cloudflare proxy

How do I prevent attackers from discovering my real hosting IP (where I’m hosting my website) that is hidden behind CloudFlare Proxy?

service similar to cloudflare? | Proxies123.com

Hello.

Currently cloudflare is having problems and is giving data or personal information to third parties and for that reason I want to disassociate myself from cloudflare and its dns services etc.

My question is if you know of another service similar to cloudflare that is cheap and that ignores the dmca or that does not provide information to third parties?

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azure – Hide site’s real IP address like Cloudflare does?

I have multiple sites hosted on an Azure VM. So all the domains are pointing to a single IP of that vm.

When someone reverse whois my IP address, he/she could be able to find all the related domains and hosted sites on my VM.

I found cloudflare protects their users by masking the real ip.

So how can I prevent this using any Azure technology or service?

Azure front door? Please help.

Cloudflare and Shopify

We are running a Shopify Store and wanted to know what experience you have with caching or using cloudflare with a shopify store? We also th… | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1828417&goto=newpost

Cloudflare APO advantages and problems

Cloudflare recently announced their Automatic Platform Optimization (APO) with WordPress, and there are some people reporting no performance… | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1827919&goto=newpost

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cpanel – Why does Cloudflare seem to be caching 522 responses for resources?

I have a number of different websites hosted in cpanel and proxied through Cloudflare. The symptoms I’m getting are as follows:

One of my hosted customers will contact me to say something isn’t working, so I check it out myself and see in the network pane of Chrome devtools that 1 or 2 of the JS files or images have returned a 522 error. Viewing the resource directly in the address bar shows a Cloudflare 522 timeout error.

I can refresh the browser several times, and still get the same files timing out.

I go into Cloudflare, turn developer mode on and pause cloudflare for that domain, refresh the website affected and lo and behold – all resources load fine.

I can then turn developer mode back off again and reactivate cloudflare and it still continues to work. It’s as though Cloudflare has somehow cached the 522 errors, although a few posts on the Cloudflare community forum say that it doesn’t cache such responses.

Has anyone else experienced this issue, and if so were you able to get to the bottom of it/find an answer?