Facebook and Instagram Experience Global Service Disruption

News Desk1 month ago

Details indicate that the problems started about 19:45 AM PST and are affecting the websites and applications of social media companies. Your password will be refused due to the outage, and Facebook will immediately log users out.

After the outage, attempting to log in will result in credentials being refused and an error message indicating that the login has expired.

Since its launch, Down Detector has received over 300,000 reports, and similar outage complaints are flooding Twitter and other networks.

The picture-sharing website Instagram was also unavailable to users, as they kept getting the error message “Something went wrong” whenever they attempted to visit the website.

The application programming interface for WhatsApp Business was also having problems, according to Meta’s status dashboard. We’re aware that some users are encountering difficulties using our services. A representative for Meta, Andy Stone, wrote on X, “We are working on this right now.

The massive social network company has 3.19 billion active users each day across its suite of applications, which also includes Threads and WhatsApp.

With less than 200 incident reports apiece on Downdetector—a tool that analyzes outages by compiling status updates from many sources, including users—the downtime for WhatsApp and Threads was, however, far smaller.

Elon Musk, the owner of X, formerly known as Twitter, took a swipe at Meta in a post that stated, “If you’re reading this post, it’s because our servers are working.” The outage was one of the most popular subjects on the network.

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Following Musk’s $44 billion acquisition of the social media network in October 2022, X itself had many service interruptions. An outage in December caused problems for over 77,000 users throughout the United States and France.

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