Cloudflare and Cloudflare Services


Cloudflare, Inc. is an American web infrastructure and website security company was created on July 2009 and launched at the September 2010 TechCrunch Disrupt conference by Matthew Prince (CEO), Lee Holloway, and Michelle Zatlyn. Cloudflare's headquarters are in San Francisco, California.

Cloudflare introduced a Project Galileo in 2014 in response to cyberattacks against vulnerable online targets, such as artists, activists, journalists, and human rights groups. Project Galileo provides free services to protect websites.

Cloudflare Services

  • DDoS protection
  • Web application firewall
  • Authoritative DNS
  • Public DNS resolver
  • Reverse proxy
  • Content delivery network
  • Project Galileo
  • Project Athenian
  • Domain Registrar
  • Warp
  • Network Time Services

What is Cloudflare used for?

Mostly Cloudflare used to protect websites but it also providing content delivery network services, DDoS mitigation, Internet security, and distributed domain name server services.

How do I Get Cloudflare?

  1. Login to your Cloudflare account.
  2. Click on Add site.
  3. Enter your site’s root domain and then click Add Site. For example, if your website is, type
  4. Cloudflare attempts to automatically identify your DNS records. This process takes almost 60 seconds to complete. Then Click Next.
  5. Select and confirm a plan level.
  6. Review whether all DNS records were identified in the DNS query results window.
  7. Click Continue. (If DNS records missing, Manually add missing DNS records.)
  8. Copy Cloudflare nameservers and replace these nameservers with your old nameservers.
  9. Now your domain setup is finished.

How to Disable Cloudflare?

  1. Login to your Cloudflare account
  2. Select your website
  3. Click on overview icon
  4. Click on Remove Site from Cloudflare Option Located in Right Side Bar
Cloudflare and Cloudflare Services Cloudflare and Cloudflare Services Reviewed by Technowap on September 07, 2019 Rating: 5

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