Dns Failure

September 23, 2010 by USA Post 

Dns Failure, (AP) – Facebook was inaccessible to many users on Thursday afternoon, with people receiving and error messages such as “absolute failure” pages when they tried to visit the website.

Facebook, which has 500 million users worldwide, said it was “experiencing some problems on site,” Facebook is causing to be slow or unavailable to some users.

“We are working to resolve this problem as quickly as possible,” the company said in a statement.

Users of the U.S., Europe and South America were experiencing problems, but that seemed to last just one hour.

Facebook users also experiencing intermittent problems accessing the site on Wednesday, but spokeswoman Meredith Chin said Thursday the problems were not related.

The site has been generally reliable, network problems a few.

Facebook cutting came two days after a mischievous hack spread through Twitter, the site of short messages. Twitter this attack did not shut down, but was extended “tweets” from the text-locked to the accounts of people, causing pop-up windows to open on their computer screens.

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