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April 09, 2013, 07:07:00 PM
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I notice bitcoin-24's trading engine is always going down, and now from time to time the cloudflare page comes up...is it under attack?

edit: it's always on and off, probably the influx of new users too much for the server...

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April 09, 2013, 07:48:28 PM
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I notice bitcoin-24's trading engine is always going down, and now from time to time the cloudflare page comes up...is it under attack?

edit: it's always on and off, probably the influx of new users too much for the server...
CloudFlare is one of the best at mitigating DDOS attacks.

They immediately stopped in attack last week that generated 300Gbps of traffic. source

CloudFlare also reported the truth when Syria government cut off their own citizen's access from the internet which Syria's government lied about. source
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