Cloudflare Outage Map
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.
Cloudflare Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Los Angeles, CA||2|
|Comox Valley Regional District, BC||1|
|Parque das Nações, Distrito de Lisboa||1|
|Kuala Lumpur, KUL||1|
|Pinetown, Province of KwaZulu-Natal||1|
|Coquimbo, IV Región||1|
|Arica, XV Región||1|
|Santiago, Región Metropolitana||1|
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Cloudflare Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@Slashleaks The @Cloudflare 5s redirect protection thingy broke RSS feeds a long time ago. There's a solution though if you're willing to fix it, using CF page rules. DM for more details if you need help. Thx.
Friendly reminder that if you notice internet issues, check your DNS servers. Nowadays I generally stick to Google or Cloudflare DNS because I've had issues with the ISP ones.
@4xriley CloudFlare related problem, we are working on it now.
@135noisette CloudFlare problem, we are looking into it. It should just start working again when we get it fixed :)
@warezbborg @kaleemkiyani1 Down, up, down, up... please check out CloudFlare, this is problems with SSL :/
We used their CDN with Verizon EdgeCast. TLS cert propagation is slow (took 6 hours) and required downtime. Changing edge cache rules in the Azure UI broke. Then we got hit with a DDoS that took us down for a good chunk of a day. Lesson learned; we switched to Cloudflare.
@HW_BEAT_THAT @8kuntop @isitwetyet @CodeMonkeyZ @Cloudflare @eastdakota And the question comes down to whether CDA Section 230 will protect them. My guess is a no ...
@HW_BEAT_THAT @8kuntop @isitwetyet @CodeMonkeyZ @Cloudflare The one who can fix this is @eastdakota - just like what happened with Daily Stormer.
@chuuyaspubes Depending on what type of block it is you might only have to change the DNS settings on your PC to any free dns service. Google: 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 Cloudflare: 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168 Either that or use a VPN
@Plazmaz that is true, but as i noted, i would still trust cloudflare over whatever the isp or uni network is doing... i haven't heard of dnscrypt before, but it looks like it could be good
@firefox enable dns over yes, i know it uses cloudflare by default, but i would trust cloudflare over my isp or uni network 👀 under Preferences -> General -> Network Settings (at the bottom of the page) click Settings, and scroll all the way down. (cont.)
from Seattle, Washington
@HoverStatus we are still seeing DNS issues with Hover DNS propagation to Cloudflare’s 22.214.171.124 resolver. The issue started with your DNS issues this morning.
@j3ws3r @Cloudflare @CloudflareDev @CloudflareHelp Damn bruh😮
@tweets_so_fresh I got burned by Comcast’s DNS in 2015, moved to Google DNS then Cloudflare and never looked back.
@esposimi That’s a Cloudflare issue and one we cannot do anything about. Spent an hour diagnosing earlier today.