Interesting question. I've always been curious to know about it. I hear it's a good way to protect your Webhost's IP if you get banned from Facebook Ads.Doesn't CloudFlare mask your nameservers and domain IP?
So if you are setting up a PBN and want to hide the fact that you have 2 PBN sites on the same nameserver you can use CloudFlare on one of them to avoid any huge footprints. I haven't done this but I'm curious if my logic is correct.
That's good to know! I use cloudflare for it's CDN purposes but I thought my IP would be hidden in the process, guess notWhile CloudFlare does mask the real server IP it doesn't completely hide it. The HTTP header for traffic coming through CloudFlare includes X-Forwarded-For and X-Forwarded-Proto. As Blackjack said, CloudFlare is a good solution for security but it isn't magic pixie invisibility dust.