Facebook’s Antigone Davis was live on CNBC Securing a company Whistleblower charges And research data manipulation Instagram recommendation can be harmful for teenagersThe company’s entire network suddenly went offline. The blackout started just before noon ET, there was no sign or restoration after almost four hours, and no one from the company provided an explanation as to when the issues or ratings would be fixed.
On Twitter, Facebook communications manager Andy Stone Says, “We know some people have trouble accessing our applications and products. We are working to get back to normal as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience.
one look Down detector (Or your Twitter feed) reveals that problems are widespread. Although it is not clear to many why platforms are inaccessible, their DNS records show that, Like last week’s sluggish crashThe problem is obviously DNS (This is always DNS)
Cloudflare Senior Vice President Dan Neck Notes Facebook Border Gateway Protocol Ways – PGP Helps networks choose the best path to deliver Internet traffic – “withdrawn from the Internet.” Although some have speculated about the hackers, or an internal protest over last night’s Whistleblower report, there is still no information to blame anything malicious.
We know some people have trouble accessing the Facebook app. We are working to get back to normal as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience.
– Facebook App (@facebookapp) October 4, 2021
Instagram.com A 5xx server lights up the error message, while the Facebook site tells us something went wrong. This problem seems to affect its virtual reality arm oculus as well. Users can load already installed games and the browser works, but there are no social features or installing new games. The crash is complete enough to affect the workplace from Facebook customers, According to Jan Manjun WongInternal sites of Facebook.
October 4, 3:37 PM Update: Added additional information about the current crash.
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