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Global internet outage Not cyberattack: Hosting provider says routine software update triggered ‘bug’

An outage map for Akamai shows the areas with the most reports of issues. An issue with Akamai's global content delivery network appears to be behind a major internet outage

Knocked Out Websites Including UPS, FedEX, Amazon, HBO Max And Major Airlines



The major internet outage affecting the websites of major retail, financial, logistics and travel websites, was not the result of a cyberattack, according to the hosting provider responsible for the disruption.

Akamai Technologies, a global content delivery network, said in a statement that a software update had triggered a bug in its DNS service resulting in the outages, and confirmed that the issue was not the result of a cyberattack.

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