I think this questions has been asked before, i found one thread discussing it, but no clear answer or proof or anything. Can google see past the cloudflare ip and nameserver? I mean say i have 10 sites on a single host, all on the same ip, same nameserver. I run them all through Cloudflare and i get 10 different ips and probably 2 different nameserver sets (4 nameservers in total). Can google actually see that all the 10 websites are actually hosted on the same source ip? I also found this on Cloudflare's website: [h=1]Will CloudFlare hide my IP online?[/h]CloudFlare is not an IP protection service and there really is no way to fully hide your IP address online. While basic lookups of a domain on CloudFlare will terminate on CloudFlare's IPs and nameservers checking a domain, CloudFlare is not an IP protection service and there are ways of locating your server IP address whether you are using CloudFlare or not. Sounds roughly vague, what i understand is that if someone (google) wants to find our your real IP, they can do it - but not easily. So i'm thinking yes, if someone reports your sites or you're under a manual review, google might (find out your real ip). But if you don't do something wrong to trigger a manual review, your initial footprints are covered. What do you guys think?