I have recently set up my website behind the free reverse-proxy hosting service CloudFlare. So far I have got to say I’m very satisfied with the service. I currently have a free account, time will tell on whether or not I feel the need to upgrade to a Pro account. Not 100% convinced I need it at this point.
For the past two months, I’ve been working on this project:
This kernel modules implements Trusted Path Execution (TPE), a security feature that anyone who is looking for an easy, single solution that will prevent all kinds of exploits. The short of it is, a user can’t execute code that they can write to. Meaning, if they download, compile, or otherwise write a file on the system with executable code, they can not execute it. This single handedly closes the door on a whole range of system exploits.