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Cloudflare said the bug had been present in its code for years, but had not been uncovered until it switched from the Ragel parser to a new parser called cf-html, a move which "subtly changed the buffering" and made the leak happen, "even though there were no problems in cf-html itself." Explaining the delay in announcing the leak, Cloudflare says its "natural inclination was to get news of the bug out as quickly as possible," but that it felt it "had a duty of care to ensure that search engine caches were scrubbed before a public announcement." It also said it conducted a search of sites such as Paste Bin for repositories of leaked information but found nothing.
Cloudflare's blog post claims that it took just over seven hours for it to stem all three sources of potential leaks, and Ormandy says he was "really impressed" with its quick response to the problem.
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