CloudFare Technology does not have the best security, you can still be monitored and tracked

How does CloudFlare’s technology work?

CloudFlare works as a reverse proxy. What this means is that once your website is part of the CloudFlare community, your web traffic is routed through CloudFlare’s global network.

CloudFlare’s network stores copy of your static files closer to your visitors, which means they are delivered more quickly than before. We cache resources such as CSS, JavaScript and images. You do not have to make any changes on your end, CloudFlare’s technology automatically decides which resources to cache based on file extension names. We do not cache dynamic content. CloudFlare also does compression for every request. 

CloudFlare’s network also blocks threats and limits abusive bots before they hit your server, which means less wasted bandwidth and server resources for you.

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I will explain the technologies used and a solution on how to prevent monitoring and tracking later.

Tremeritus.com is not secure. You need to first force all your users to delete all temporary files on their browser after they end their session, most important are cookies, data that is captured on forms, and 100% all history, IE has the worst security, Mozilla Firefox depends on it’s plug-ins and Google Chrome has the best security at present. This is at the client side, I will provide how to enhance security on the server side later.

– Contributed by Oogle

Author: Gilbert Tan TS

IT expert with more than 20 years experience in Apple, Andriod and Windows PC. Interests include hardware and software, Internet and multimedia. An experienced Real Estate agent, Insurance agent, and a Futures trader.

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