I read that the DNS routing records were gone. Since that would also stop email and IOT devices as well, it corroborates the reports that employees can't access emails, IP phones, badge readers don't work so they can't access buildings and conference rooms, etc.
They made everything too cool for school and it's backfiring spectacularly.
I guess I should say that what I meant is that it doesn't need to be any more than DNS routing problems. The code will be backed up all over the place on redundant systems, but if the DNS routing is gone then those won't fail over.
Post by joshuariyeba on Sept 13, 2023 6:07:17 GMT -6
Hey there! Yeah, the idea of Facebook having some mythical "master code" tucked away in a basement sounds like something unreal, doesn't it? I mean, come on, it's 2023, and tech companies have evolved way beyond that! But hey, let's admit it, the idea of Facebook and Instagram suddenly disappearing is a bit mind-boggling. They've become such a massive part of our daily lives. Whether we love them or hate them, they're here to stay, at least for now. On a different note, it's always interesting how the internet rumor mill can get people thinking about selling facebook accounts. The internet sure has a way of making everything seem possible, even when it's not!
Hey there! Yeah, the idea of Facebook having some mythical "master code" tucked away in a basement sounds like something unreal, doesn't it? I mean, come on, it's 2023, and tech companies have evolved way beyond that!
Arrgghhhh. there be witches in the bowels of that belly! Conjuring and brewing and making spells, twisting plots and starting fights and rows between kinfolk.