Top

Tumblr Down

December 6, 2010 by USA Post 

Tumblr Down, There are many reports that Tumblr’s Website is not reachable for many users today, There are also other reports about that Tumblr is under a heavy Web Attack, Tumblr is considered among the top 50 sites in America. He descended a few hours ago, which was planned to last only two hours. A message on the site can be seen by those who visit it as indicating that, “We will be back very soon. We are working quickly to recover from an issue in one of our core database. We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience. “It has been over 12 hours since the site was inaccessible and there is no indication of site management where he will be back online.

Some people suspect that this is the result if a DDoS attack on the blog site. There were indications that several users of a forum site were engineering the attack. It was also noted that a number of users on Tumblr intended to anticipate them with their own attack. Site users had difficulties both when using the services of these sites offer in mid-November. Both were fully operational after a few days with only minor difficulties encountered by both.

Since the site was off line for hours ago, the official update single management Tumblr has been posting the same message on Twitter can be seen by people who try to log onto their site.

Tumblr is a blog site that uses different media in his posts coupled with a few phrases or sentences. This can be done quickly and easily because of their brevity. This style was called “tumblelogging. It is classified as a microblog and Tumblr is one of the most popular sites that offer this service to other sites is Asaph and Posterous.

DDoS stands for “distributed denial of service”. This happens when a concerted effort is made to overload a network with traffic that cannot be used.

Report to Team

_________________________________________
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

usspost@gmail.com

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.

Comments

Comments are closed.

Bottom