Cloudflare » Automatically Enable/Disable a Waiting Room Based on CPU Load

I’ve been using a modified version of the Cloudflare Under Attack Mode Automation script for some time now. In addition to using that to automate UAM, I’d forked the script and adapted it to enable/disable a queue-all Waiting Room. While I could’ve added the Cloudflare API calls specific to the Waiting Room into the aforementioned… Continue reading Cloudflare » Automatically Enable/Disable a Waiting Room Based on CPU Load

Cloudflare » Automatic Platform Optimization for WordPress

We’ve had some enquiries as to what Cloudflare services we make use of. For security reasons, I won’t go into detail about everything we use or how it’s all setup. However, I will say that one of their many services we’re using is Automatic Platform Optimization (APO) for WordPress. For WordPress sites, this is one… Continue reading Cloudflare » Automatic Platform Optimization for WordPress

Utilize Cloudflare Workers To Rewrite Image URLs

With Image Resizing, you can transform images on Cloudflare’s edge platform. You can resize, adjust quality, and convert images to WebP or AVIF format on demand. Cloudflare will automatically cache every derived image at the edge, so you only need to store one original image at your origin. 50,000 monthly resizing requests are included with… Continue reading Utilize Cloudflare Workers To Rewrite Image URLs

Restricting Origin Access to Cloudflare Without Root Access on the Origin

Security is a layered process and Cloudflare plays a key role in defence against attacks. The ability to block-out malicious/suspicious requests before they reach your origin server is an excellent asset. Obviously though, this only works if Cloudflare is positioned in-front of your origin server, and requests are forced through Cloudflare. It’s important to only… Continue reading Restricting Origin Access to Cloudflare Without Root Access on the Origin

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