- The global outage, which seriously affected social media platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram, meant a lot of financial losses for the websites
- Facebook went out by about 5.5 percent due to an approximately six-hour downtime.
- In addition, Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg lost about $ 7 billion to the problem that cost the world Economy a lot of dollars
While the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, lost nearly 7 billion dollars, the social media platform lost shares after global failure by 5.5 percent.
According to NetBlocks, a data-driven online service that monitors Internet outages and their effects, the global economy was losing $ 160 million per hour Failure lasted, reports Bloomberg.
Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram back, as security experts on the real cause de s talk about failure
Remember that the platforms were down between Monday October 4th and Tuesday October 5th, down for about six hours, was back in Operation.
In a message to the subscribers on Tuesday, Facebook apologized for the failure and confirmed that the platforms are “now back online”.
The website noted that efforts to fully restore access to the apps and services continued with positive results.
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“To the vast community of people and companies around the world who depend on us: We’re sorry.
“We have worked hard to restore access to our apps and services and are happy to announce that they are now back online. Thank you for joining us.”
Many security experts blamed a Domain Name System (DNS) problem as the main cause of the failure.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp services were down due to a major outage closed
In the meantime, the services of the three global social media platforms were all down in a major failure.
The social media apps, which are owned by Facebook Inc. and run on a shared infrastructure, were completely shut down on Monday, October 4th just before 5:00 p.m.
Legit.ng states that the three apps will approximately also close in Nigeria in the event of an apparently global shutdown They stopped working at the same time.
In the meantime, the services of the three global social media platforms had all failed due to a major outage. The social media apps, owned by Facebook Inc. and running on shared infrastructure, were fully functional on Monday, October 4th, just before 5:00 p.m.
In a seemingly global shutdown, Legit.ng finds that the three apps no longer work in Nigeria at around the same time.