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|27th February 2018, 20:46||#1|
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Cloudflare rushes to repair nasty bug
Cloudflare got its skates on to fix a bug which could have exposed shedloads of user data.
For those not in the know, Cloudflare helps optimise the security and performance of more than 5.5 million websites so when it warned customers that a recently fixed software bug exposed a range of sensitive information that could have included passwords and cookies and tokens used to authenticate users.
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