Cloudflare, a content delivery network used by millions of websites, has announced that they've fixed a major vulnerability that could have been exploited over the past five months to expose passwords and other otherwise encrypted information relayed through Cloudflare to affected websites.
We're recommending that everyone change their passwords for websites using Cloudflare for front-end caching.
critcola.com is NOT AFFECTED by Cloudbleed
To be clear, it is not necessary for anyone to change their password for their critcola.com account, as we are not impacted by this vulnerability. While we do use Cloudflare as our DNS provider, our front-end caching and content delivery is handled through CloudFront. Discord, however, is affected by Cloudbleed, so all Crit Cola members should change their Discord passwords immediately.
You can read more about Cloudbleed from CloudFlare's official announcement: