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A Large Portion of the Internet Went Out While You Were Sleeping Last Night, Here’s Why


Nightcrawlers may have witnessed something peculiar about the internet last night.

Those fast asleep wouldn’t have noticed a thing.

But a significant portion of the internet had a brief outage late last night while most people on this side of the world were sleeping.

“An outage of Cloudflare’s servers caused a slew of websites and services to go down today, including big names such as Discord, DoorDash, and League of Legends. The online security company was quick to identify the problem and rectify the issue, getting these service back up and running, but it was a chaotic few minutes there,” Mashable wrote.

Mashable added:

It isn’t clear exactly what caused the outage, with Cloudflare’s official Twitter saying only that the “issue has been identified and a fix is being implemented.” According to Cloudflare’s incident report, the issue was reported at approximately 6:34 a.m. UTC, the problem identified just over 20 minutes later around 6:57 a.m., and the fix implemented at around 7:20 a.m.

“Connectivity in Cloudflare’s network has been disrupted in broad regions,” wrote Cloudflare in the initial report. “Eyeballs attempting to reach Cloudflare sites in impacted regions will observe 500 errors. The incident impacts all data plane services in our network.”

Affected websites included Crunchyroll, Amazon Web Services, Google Services, NordVPN, Coinbase, Grindr, and Fur Affinity — among many, many more.

Since I was up late, I noticed several websites flash an internal server error page when attempting to access the site.

But I didn’t realize at the time what happened to the impacted websites and servers.

Other Twitter users noticed the outage during the early morning hours:

From The Cloudflare Blog:

Today, June 21, 2022, Cloudflare suffered an outage that affected traffic in 19 of our data centers. Unfortunately, these 19 locations handle a significant proportion of our global traffic. This outage was caused by a change that was part of a long-running project to increase resilience in our busiest locations. A change to the network configuration in those locations caused an outage which started at 06:27 UTC. At 06:58 UTC the first data center was brought back online and by 07:42 UTC all data centers were online and working correctly.

Depending on your location in the world you may have been unable to access websites and services that rely on Cloudflare. In other locations, Cloudflare continued to operate normally.

We are very sorry for this outage. This was our error and not the result of an attack or malicious activity.

Further details at The Cloudflare Blog.

While last night’s outage went largely unnoticed, imagine the chaos that would ensue if the entire internet went down for an extended period.

It’s not like the globalists would plan for an event like that.

Or would they?

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