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With #auroras visible across large parts of the US, many are looking online for more information. Over the last day, peak request volume to Cloudflare's 1.1.1.1 resolver for noaa.gov has increased ~50%, while requests for spaceweather.com are up 6x.

Since the release of Google Chrome 124 on April 17, we've been tracking post-quantum encrypted requests as a share of Cloudflare global HTTPS request traffic. Now you can too, in the new Post-Quantum Encryption Adoption graph in the Adoption & Usage section of Cloudflare Radar. Global, country, and ASN views are available. radar.cloudflare.com/adoption-and-usage

Another #Internet disruption is underway in #Gaza, as Paltel traffic to Cloudflare from Gaza Strip governorates dropped to zero around 09:00 UTC (12:00 local time). Connectivity in the region has been unstable since the start of the war with Israel in October 2023.

The rollout of Google Chrome 124 started yesterday, April 17, and it includes post-quantum key exchange enabled by default on desktop platforms. With that rollout, post-quantum encrypted requests have grown to over 5% of Cloudflare global TLS 1.3 request traffic.

Following the recent launch of AS-level Announced IP Address Space insights, @mingwei has added country-level insights to the Routing page on Cloudflare Radar. Gain visibility into the broader impact of network outages, geopolitical routing shifts, and more. radar.cloudflare.com/routing

Several Ukrainian cities, especially in the Kharkiv region, are facing Internet disruptions after missile strikes damaged power supplies. Traffic in Kharkiv is down 68% (after 03:00 UTC) from last week. Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Khmelnytskyi Oblast and Zaporizhzhia also affected.