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Anonymous Statement About Facebook Outages

Hacker group Anonymous shared a small statement on Twitter after 6 hours of Facebook interruptions. The group stated that nothing has fully improved yet.

Facebook witnessed the biggest collapse in its history today. All of Facebook’s services, including Instagram and WhatsApp, were inaccessible for 6 hours. The collapse of services used by more than 2 billion users and benefited by hundreds of millions of people instantly, of course, had an echo all over the world.

Of course, as in every event, different allegations began to circulate about the collapse of Facebook. One of the most likely explanations for the access problem, which was announced to be due to network problems, was the explanation we quoted in this article. Although Facebook fixed the problem and gradually accepted its users Anonymous’ statement drew attention.

Anonymous’s explanation: Not everything is fixed yet

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In the post made from the Twitter account of the hacker group Anonymous, it was stated that Facebook’s Domain Names System (DNS) was reactivated. However, although access to Facebook services has been provided, Anonymous yet everything is yet completely fixed He said it didn’t mean.

It is not known exactly what Anonymous’s saying does not mean that everything is fixed yet. But it has already been said by the Vice President of Cloudflare that Facebook will not be able to recover in a short time. Dane Knecht, on his Twitter account, announced that he expects a long-term imbalance with the reactivation of Facebook’s networks. He gave the reason for this that it is difficult to reboot such a large system.

You can reach all the developments regarding the Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Twitter outages by clicking the links below.

Unable to Access Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram

The Personal Data of 1.5 Billion Facebook Users Is Up for Sale

Facebook’s Domain Name Is For Sale For A Short Time

Flash Statement on Huge Blackouts from the White House

It Is Obvious Why The Crisis On Facebook Has Not Ended: Employees Can’t Even Enter The Office

The Problem in Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Has Now Jumped to Twitter

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