I activated CloudFlare from my EZPZ Hosting account. Do I also get an account on CloudFlare.com? What is the difference?

Once you activate CloudFlare on Linux Hosting, you also get an account at www.cloudflare.com. The basic statistics and settings are shown in Linux Hosting. To see more statistics, your Threat Control panel and all the CloudFlare settings, you have to log in to your www.cloudflare.com account. 

(Hint: To access your account the first time, enter the email address associated with your Linux Hosting account and use the “I forgot my password” feature).
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