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Cloudflare’s CDN service crashes

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Base on report reaching us, the Cloudflare, which provides DNS servers, has protection against DDoS attacks and CDN services on more than 16 million sites, and has experienced interruptions Because of this, part of the web services is unstable: when downloading, users see error 502.

About the failure reported site Cloudflare at 17:52 MSK. According to the service, affected users around the world, including Russia. At 18:15 MSK, it was announced that the experts corrected the error and observed the results.

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A similar crash occurred at Cloudflare on June 24th. At that time, Discord, Feedly, WP Engine and other services were partially inaccessible.

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