The cause of the problem comes from Cloudflare. The service seems to be experiencing some major incidents this morning (international time), causing many related websites to be stunned. During the incident, Cloudflare's "System Status" page, which is a collection of network events worldwide – has displayed a bulletin board with the names of most major cities across the globe. , show that the scale of the incident is not to be underestimated.
Cloudflare knows the situation they are facing has resulted in a very serious problem with a very wide range, and the company is working to find a solution.
"Cloudflare tried to fix the problem and is tracking the results. We will update the status once the issue has been resolved ", This company writes.
The long list of cities affected by the Cloudflare incident
Cloudflare co-founder and CEO, Matthew Prince, posted Twitter status to clarify what happened:
"The CPU is overloaded, causing major and backup systems to stop working, affecting all services. There is no evidence that we were attacked. We have turned off the service which caused CPU overload and traffic to return to normal. We are continuing to investigate the root of the problem. "