Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are all working again after an outage that affected photos for about 9 hours

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp work after a failure that affected the photos for about 9 hours.

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Facebook’s social networking applications such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram failed on Wednesday.

The failures seemed to affect users in the United States, Europe and South America, according to the Downdetector website.
Upon his return, the failure took about 9 hours.
This is the latest in a series of failures that the social media giant has seen in recent months.

On Wednesday, Facebook was experiencing technical issues with a number of popular social networking applications, including Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram.

Chess began Wednesday morning on a website that measures the status of popular websites, according to Downdetector. By 11:00 am Eastern Time, more than 7,000 users had submitted bug reports to Downdetector. At 7 O’clock. EDT has reported to some users that this has worked again.

At 8:07 pm Eastern Daylight Time, Facebook announced on Twitter that the problem had been resolved. “And we should be 100% present again” – a failure that lasted about 9 hours has been disabled.

A downward map on the detection sensor showed that the issues were primarily Facebook users in the northeastern United States, with some weak spots in the south, near Texas and Atlanta, as well as in London , Paris, Mexico and other regions.

At WhatsApp, the majority of users appear to be in South America and Europe, particularly in Germany.

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A map on the descent sensor shows the concentration of failure reports on Facebook
This is the latest in a series of failures that the social media giant has seen in recent months.

More than 13,000 people reported having problems with Facebook on May 29, while more than 9,000 reported experiencing technical problems in the event of an April 14 outage.

According to the company, Facebook applications were abandoned for more than eight hours on March 13, due to a “server configuration change”.

Twitter users commented on Wednesday’s chess and joked that other major social networks had technical problems.

Source:https://www.businessinsider.com