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August 29, 2017
We need technology to provide capabilities to tackle the challenge of the cybersecurity gaps, recently highlighted by the WannaCry attacks. In this post, Director of Security Research Jose…
May 31, 2017
OSS-Fuzz is an innovative project that is both advancing the state of the art in OSS security engineering and immediately improving the overall quality of the software that serves the…
May 10, 2017
Late last year, we took a look at how the Internet of Things (IoT) is under attack. We analyzed hundreds of individual IoT devices to see how often they were probed for vulnerabilities, with…
December 15, 2016
Understand how malware attacks happen to IoT devices and what companies can do to protect their devices from attacks.
November 22, 2016
We publish our security advisories to address vulnerabilities discovered on our own platform, as well as significant security vulnerabilities that affect the wider internet community.
October 13, 2016
In Part 3, we showcased a technology that allows you to route messages to and from topics via Kafka. Now that data is flowing, how can you start monitoring and reacting to security events…
August 25, 2016
We continuously work on making the edge more secure, and develop features you can leverage to protect your applications. However, in order for you to benefit from these investments, there…
August 12, 2016
Director of Security Research Jose Nazario describes our team’s vision for employing our CDN’s unique position to defend the modern web. Using the recent HTTPoxy vulnerability as an example…
July 28, 2016
In “Lean Threat Intelligence Part 2: The foundation,” we explained how we built our log management system, Graylog, using Chef. Next, we’ll cover how we created a message pipeline that…
June 30, 2016
Earlier this year we updated you on our revised deprecation plan for TLS 1.0 and 1.1. We’re happy to announce that you can now request migration to TLS 1.2-only hosts if you’ve purchased a…
June 30, 2016
As promised in March of this year, we are excited to announce that our HTTP/2 Limited Availability (LA) program is here. Here’s how you get started.

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