A botched firewall ruleset deployment took down the content delivery network Cloudflare on Tuesday, generating 502 errors. It was caused by a huge spike in CPU utilisation on the company's network.
Content delivery services provider Cloudflare has blamed US telco Verizon for a large-scale border gateway protocol leak on Monday night (Australian time) that caused many large sites to be inaccessible.
American content delivery network and cloud service provider Akamai says it would immediately block access to offensive content like child pornography stored by a customer if it deems this to be in violation of its acceptable use policy.
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