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Software Bug Is Being Blamed For Yesterday’s Global Internet Outage

Mac Slavo
June 9th, 2021
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Fastly, the cloud computing services provider behind the global internet outage experienced by a number of major websites on Tuesday. The ruling class is blaming yesterday’s global internet outage on a “software bug.”

According to a report by The Hill, Nick Rockwell Fastly’s Senior Vice President of Engineering and Infrastructure, said in a blog post that the global outage had been caused by an “undiscovered software bug.” The issue lead caused outages for a number of highly-trafficked (mainstream media propaganda outlets) websites including The New York Times, Bloomberg News, the Financial Times, The Guardian, and Reddit.

“On May 12, we began a software deployment that introduced a bug that could be triggered by a spFastly, the cloud computing services provider behind the global internet outage experienced by a number of major websites on Tuesday. The ruling class is blaming yesterday’s global internet outage on a “software bug.”ecific customer configuration under specific circumstances,” Rockwell wrote. “Early June 8, a customer pushed a valid configuration change that included the specific circumstances that triggered the bug, which caused 85% of our network to return errors.”

“We detected the disruption within one minute, then identified and isolated the cause, and disabled the configuration. Within 49 minutes, 95% of our network was operating as normal,” he added. “This outage was broad and severe, and we’re truly sorry for the impact to our customers and everyone who relies on them,” Rockwell wrote.

Rockwell acknowledged that the circumstances that caused the outage were “specific,” but said, “We should have anticipated it.”

Going forward, he stated that Fastly would be looking into how it operated during the incident and determine why it did not detect the bug sooner. –The Hill

Make sure you have prepared for the possibility of not having internet for a period of time. If it’s down for long enough, the masses will not cope well.  Many are addicted to social media and their devices and to expect an internet outage of over a day to go smoothly would be delusional.

Continue to use critical thinking and your own discernment. Strange things continue to occur.

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    1. Anonymous says:

      Fastly, a company that bragged on its security, came crashing down on June 8 and this was not an accident. Note that many of the leading Fake News sites, notably anti-Trump, were affected – CNN and the New York Times and Twitter. Yet just days earlier some neutral news carriers such as Cox had been attacked by ransom demands. Is this a media war? We have noted repeatedly that the most difficult element of the war on truth has been control of the media. As has been noted, Twitter and FaceBook are virulently anti-Trump.
      This sword cuts both ways, and that was the message being delivered by this outage. Fastly brags on their security, yet it utterly failed for a full day. We, the Zetas, assisted in this caper, as it was clear that the media planned to block the truth about the 2020 election so the public would be confused and divided. Recounts and audits in many states are showing the degree of election fraud, yet does the public hear of this? Our teleport ability puts Junta technicians into locked rooms, and this was one aspect of the attack. Should the anti-Trump media bellow about their 1st Amendment rights, they can sue us

    2. Rockwell acknowledged that the circumstances that caused the outage were “specific,” but said, “We should have anticipated it.”

      Going forward, he stated that Fastly would be looking into how it operated during the incident and determine why it did not detect the bug sooner.

      Uh, anyone ever heard of redundancy and automatic back-ups? (Servers, Drives, Routers, etc. …)
      Also, this could also have been a ‘test’. Flip a switch, and presto!, the net goes down in select areas.

      Here’s one for ya to research:

      CrimeFlare (CLOUDFLARE)
      http://www.crimeflare.org:82/

      Gotta harden your firewall(s) and such with some extra knowledge.

    3. D379-6754 says:

      Rockwell acknowledged that the circumstances that caused the outage were “specific,” but said, “We should have anticipated it.”

      Going forward, he stated that Fastly would be looking into how it operated during the incident and determine why it did not detect the bug sooner. –The Hill

      Uh, anyone ever heard of redundancy and automatic back-ups? (Servers, Drives, Routers, etc. …)

      Here’s one for ya to research:

      CrimeFlare (CLOUDFLARE)
      _http://www.crimeflare.org:82/

      Gotta harden your firewall(s) and such with some extra knowledge.

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