Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp crashed globally!

Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram crached
Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram crached
Written by Emma Davis

Users from Europe, Asia, North, and South America reported problems with access to social networks. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram not working due to possible DNS failure.

Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp crashed on a massive scale. On Monday, October 4, this is evidenced by data from the Downdetector website, which tracks problems on popular Internet resources.

🔥 Confirmed 🔥 The DNS records that tell systems how to find Facebook.com or Instagram.com got withdrawn this morning from the global routing tables. Whois records is damaged:
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Downdetector - Facebook crached!

Downdetector – Facebook crached!

The services became simultaneously unavailable at about 1:10 PM New York time. This failure is global. Problems are reported in Europe, Russia, Asia, and the Americas.

Facebook users, first of all, faced a problem with the site. Instagram’s website and app are not working. WhatsApp users also can’t log into the app and complain about issues connecting to the server.

All three social networks are owned by the American company Facebook, which has already responded to the incident. In addition to the three platforms, Facebook’s virtual reality company Oculus is also affected. Games already installed on devices can be loaded, as well as the browser, but social features and installing new games currently don’t work. “The outage is thorough enough that it’s affecting Workplace from Facebook customers and, according to Jane Manchun Wong, Facebook’s internal sites,” The Verge reported.

We are working to get things back to normal as soon as possible and apologize for any inconveniencethe company said on Twitter
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Emma Davis

I'm writer and content manager (a short time ago completed a bachelor degree in Marketing from the Gustavus Adolphus College). For now, I have a deep drive to study cyber security.

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