Cloudflare had a crash that brought down many popular websites
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Cloudflare had a crash that brought down many popular websites and services around the world

The American company Cloudflare reports a major outage, as a result of which various resources and web services became unavailable in many regions of the world.

    Image source: Cloudflare

Image source: Cloudflare

The issue specifically affected Discord, Omegle, DoorDash, Crunchyroll, NordVPN, and Feedly sites and services. News resource Register, Zerodha, Medium.com, Groww, Buffer, iSpirt, Upstox and Social Blade have been suspended. Additionally, users are complaining about difficulties accessing Coinbase, Shopify, and League of Legends.

Users may experience errors or timeouts when accessing Cloudflare’s network or services‘ the company, which has already experienced outages in parts of the world, said last week.

However, Cloudflare emphasizes that the current problem is not global in nature, although it affects many regions. The company has already carried out the necessary restoration work and is now overseeing the services.

Note that Cloudflare was founded in 2009. The company offers Content Delivery Services (CDN), DDoS protection, secure access to resources and DNS servers. The head office is in San Francisco (California, USA), and there are also representative offices in Europe and Singapore.

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Robbie Elmers

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