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#275

Welcome @henry.tranvan, thank you for sharing the detail and welcome to the Cloudflare Commuity. Same @sirphilmagic, welcome. I looked for the post you mentioned but did not see it, if you’re still encountering issues, I’d go ahead and make another post (not a reply to this thread) and ask the community. @fabien.huet, very cool on the workers app, let us know how it goes!

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#276

Hello great mind. I’m Baqi. I managed www.bfocuspreneur.com. I changed my nameserver to cloudflare just recent and I noticed that my website could not open on mobile phones. It’s good joining the problem solvers. Nice meeting you.

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#277

Hello. Interested in the new registrar options and why I may want to switch from Namecheap.

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#282

Hello, Everyone,
I am Glad to join this community. I am an entrepreneur, with my recent startup livecricketnow.
I use cloudflare mostly as a free dns and ssl support and have lots of website up here. I also suggest others to use it for the same. The other features I use are the page rules, caching, bot games.
I am always eager to learn and share about new technologies and looking forward the same!

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#283

Hello Everyone
I am Tim Paine and I am a professional blogger. Users can visit meaccounting blogs to add something more to your knowledge.
Thanks

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#284

Hello community,
I’ve only been with Cloudflare for a few hours and can’t get along yet. But I want to protect even more websites and forums with Cloudflare Security, because the hackers don’t have to report :slight_smile:

I hope that I can manage to install a Cloudflar App with success, because it doesn’t work yet. Thanks a lot!

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#285

Hello Cloudflare Community,

I look forward to learning from all of this collective talent and sharing/helping where I can.

Thanks,
Frank

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#286

Hello everyone. it feels so nice to be part of this community.

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#287

I don’t think I posted here before (my apologies).

I use Cloudflare to protect the domains I have. I am a former Helpdesk Tech. Now, I just sell ad space on domains, and sometimes I try to sell the domains themselves (e.g., StubbornAF.com).

Happy to be here!

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#289

A really belated hello to the Community. New to Cloudflare from 2018. Learning quickly.

Mostly I work with open source developer communities and enterprise user communities. I am delighted delighted to be a part of the Cloudflare Community. Thank you.

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#290

Hello,
I am from Vietnam. Thank for your great service.

  • sao
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#291

Hello everyone! I started out using Cloudflare for DNS only, hosting my site somewhere else as soon as I bought a custom domain name for my personal GitLab Page. Cloudflare offered resources that my hosting provider did not, and I loved the built in security features available even on the Free Plan (I’ve since upgraded to Pro :tls: with a Dedicated SSL Cert). My experience thus far has been amazing, excepting a few minor glitches which were handled quickly and professionally. At GitLab I host FOSS repos dedicated to hosts and Adblock-style filters which focus strongly on privacy & security for both mobiles and workstations, which explains why I have a hardened personal website. Using the combination of Cloudflare as well as best-practices via a strong Content-Security-Policy & a ‘none’ Referrer-Policy so any site my guests visit after my own won’t know from whence they came for privacy concerns (think Amazon, Google, Facebook & just about any other multinational, e.g., with terrible privacy practices) while relying on Cloudflare’s nosniff & http-only cookie policy, as well as its Page-Rules, it’s Firewall with all it brings with it, etc., I’ve been able to achieve an A+ Security Score from Mozilla, implement HSTS directly through Cloudflare and now be included in all major browsers after a wait period, and am actually PCI compliant which still makes me laugh. Perhaps I need to start a bank :thinking:

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#292

Hi all
We just moved www.blessed-hands.com over to Cloudflare from Godaddy. Great speed increase that should help us with meeting Google’s speed requirement.

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#294

We were looking for a CDM for our Dallas digital marketing firm and found CloudFlare. It was so simple. Thanks

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#296

Open Source :heart: from me!

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#297

Hacking is good as it helps to reveal vulnerabilities in code from websites to iOS / Android / Blackberry apps, to OS on workstations (especially Windows! - Linux & BSD are the way to go!). It’s been a ‘dirty’ word these days due to mass media ‘s misuse, intentional or not. Pen-testing is a form of hacking & without is, no corporation - or individual - would be secure against Cyber Criminals. So those two terms - hacker & cyber criminal, are essentially not equal, the former works for good - even so-called “Black-Hat” hackers (take the attendees at DefCon, e.g.) - and the latter for profit, nation-state cyber attacks, etc. :slightly_smiling_face:

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#298

Hi everyone and thanks to all that made this Community possible.

My name is Hai from Vietnam. I’m a full-stack developer and my hobbies are making some free products, a few months ago, I move a service (https://www.mediawant.com/ - Youtube Video Downloader and more) to CloudFlare and very happy with it. CloudFlare helps me a lot.

Another way, maybe someone happy with my product. Please reply to give me more feedback. :slight_smile: HAPPY CODING

Thanks, CloudFlare Team.

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#302

Hello.

My Name is Calvyn, I am a Digital Marketing Trainer
I blog at www.calvyn.com

I am using cloudflare for some time, yet I am pretty new to this community

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