whatsapp & instagram from facebook

Facebook website and Instagram was down, although it can be opened normally, but there are problems in sending or receiving messages, sending photos and other functions. Websites has not yet determined the cause, but has ruled out a cyber attack.

Facebook’s tweet said: “We have learned that some people are currently having difficulty accessing Facebook’s APP. We are working hard and will eliminate the problem as soon as possible.”

“Our current efforts are focused on eliminating problems as quickly as possible, but it can be confirmed that this has nothing to do with the Decentralized Block Service Attack.”

It is reported that, more than 2 billion users worldwide has admitted to the crash because users have been unable to connect, Twitter was the only way for frustrated users.

The technology website reports that even though Facebook and IG platforms can be opened and some services look as to have been fixed, but some users can’t use Messenger to send messages.

“We’re aware of an issue impacting people’s access to Instagram right now. We know this is frustrating, and our team is hard at work to resolve this ASAP,” Instagram responded in a tweet.

Users have faced difficulty while posting on Facebook products, IG and Other features of WhatsApp. Even if user wants to acquire Facebook ads, there will be internal error messages.

Many users have reported this inconvenience, hoping that it was only a connection problem for the telephone company. But sadly, it was real inconvenience especially for those who work with social media. Also, for those users who use instant messaging service for work.

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In addition to the outrage, FB faces a further bad news as during the “dead” time period of Facebook, its market value fell 5.39 billion US dollars. The longest error in Facebook and Instagram history could have cost Mark Zuckerberg a lot.

 

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