Facebook announced last night in a post that the exact cause of its 6-hour servers, which also led to disruptions to WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger There is a change in the settings of the network routers and the news about the hacking of its users' information is not true. Descriptions of senior Facebook executives do not provide much information. The company said the network traffic disruption affected the way our data centers communicate and shut down our services worldwide.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized for the six-hour outage. Has announced that the problem of these platforms has been solved. "I'm very sorry about this, we know how much you users trust our services so you can use them to connect with the people you love." Hundreds of millions of corporate social media users Facebook around the world On Monday, October 4, there was a widespread disruption to Facebook's collection of social networking apps and WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger. Millions of users lost access to these social networks due to this widespread disruption. The disruption not only caused Facebook and all of the company's subsidiaries to crash, but also crashed other sites such as TickTook, Amazon and Google.
The outage started at around 11:40 a.m. Monday, New York time, and caused widespread problems for Facebook. This was the worst Facebook crash since 2019, when the site was down for more than 24 hours. Even the company's employees were unable to communicate with each other and were forced to use e-mail to communicate.
These problems appear to have been caused by an incorrect update that caused the router protocol to disappear. The disappearance of Facebook's BGP from the Internet prevented DNS services from finding the IPs of Facebook's servers, resulting in users not being able to connect to Facebook's servers at the same time. According to a Facebook executive, in a big mistake, the update that Facebook engineers sent to the network last night caused problems in the settings of Facebook network servers.