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Updated: Facebook, What’s App, Instagram Start to come back Online

Updated 8 pm Oct 4th 

Facebook, What’s App, and Instagram have stared to come back online beginning around 7 p.m Monday evening after being down since early this morning in a world wide outage.

The outage for some was break from the day to day drama experienced on the social medial applications owned by Facebook.

Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer said in a Tweet earlier today experiencing networking issues and teams are working as fast as possible to debug and restore as fast as possible.

Internet security analyst Brian Krebs told CNET.com said it appears to be a DNS issue further saying ‘adding that something “caused the company to revoke key digital records that tell computers and other Internet-enabled devices how to find these destinations online.’

Facebook has yet to comment specifically on the cause of the outage, but that was not the only issue the social media giant experienced Monday, Krebs said in the CNET report.

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Beginning Monday at 11:40 eastern standard time, Facebook users and its applications- What’s App, Instagram, are dealing with mysterious outages, according to according to Down Detector, a crowdsourced website that tracks online outages.

Instagram’s platform flashed up a “couldn’t load posts” message when trying to access people’s pages, while Facebook’s newsfeed has simply  refused to load.

The channels in which users report problems to Facebook is also down, according to users posting on Twitter.

Screenshot: Twitter

 

Facebook on Twitter said “We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing our apps and products. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience” at 12:22 pm.

 

Meanwhile Twitter, is taken a sort of snarky approach to the outage.

Screenshot: Twitter

 

 

 

 

According to Gizmodo “right now, folks in cybersecurity circles seem to be pointing to a DNS (domain name service) issue as the potential culprit”

This is a developing story. Updates as they come in,

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Updated: Facebook, What’s App, Instagram Start to come back Online

Updated 8 pm Oct 4th 

Facebook, What’s App, and Instagram have stared to come back online beginning around 7 p.m Monday evening after being down since early this morning in a world wide outage.

The outage for some was break from the day to day drama experienced on the social medial applications owned by Facebook.

Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer said in a Tweet earlier today experiencing networking issues and teams are working as fast as possible to debug and restore as fast as possible.

Internet security analyst Brian Krebs told CNET.com said it appears to be a DNS issue further saying ‘adding that something “caused the company to revoke key digital records that tell computers and other Internet-enabled devices how to find these destinations online.’

Facebook has yet to comment specifically on the cause of the outage, but that was not the only issue the social media giant experienced Monday, Krebs said in the CNET report.

Original Story Below

Beginning Monday at 11:40 eastern standard time, Facebook users and its applications- What’s App, Instagram, are dealing with mysterious outages, according to according to Down Detector, a crowdsourced website that tracks online outages.

Instagram’s platform flashed up a “couldn’t load posts” message when trying to access people’s pages, while Facebook’s newsfeed has simply  refused to load.

The channels in which users report problems to Facebook is also down, according to users posting on Twitter.

Screenshot: Twitter

 

Facebook on Twitter said “We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing our apps and products. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience” at 12:22 pm.

 

Meanwhile Twitter, is taken a sort of snarky approach to the outage.

Screenshot: Twitter

 

 

 

 

According to Gizmodo “right now, folks in cybersecurity circles seem to be pointing to a DNS (domain name service) issue as the potential culprit”

This is a developing story. Updates as they come in,

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