Tag Archives: HTTP Headers

CPDOS Attack
10 Nov 2019
Cache Poisoned Denial of Service is an attack vector that disables valid user access to online resources and websites. As caching plays a vital part in the delivery architecture of most web applications, attacks against this infrastructure component can have a significant impact on the availability of an online service. Implementing caching, whether it be on your origin server or by leveraging the services of a Content Delivery Network, is a proven strategy that enhances the end-user experience. By improving page-load speeds, not only [...]
CDN security
28 Jan 2019
Securing your origin server in today’s digitally-driven online world is vital. With cybersecurity threats growing in both number and sophistication, attackers can compromise an unprotected server in minutes leaving you and your visitors at risk. In an ever-evolving threat landscape, it is crucial that you take proactive steps to ensure your site is safe. Securing your origin server from possible compromise requires you to perform several administrative functions that protect your website, server, and data. Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) improve the performance and security of your website. [...]
CDN SEO
08 Oct 2018
Cache-Control Headers are utilized by Content Delivery Network (CDN) services to provide the caching platform needed for content optimization and accelerated distribution. The caching used by CDNs adheres to similar technology principles which your web browser deploys to make sites load faster on your local device. Just as your browser keeps local data cached on your hard drive for quick access, so do CDNs keep cached data on their nodes ensuring visitors to your site experience faster load times. [...]