Down: Facebook, Instagram, Messenger: Massive outage caused by meta platforms that abruptly stop functioning

It looks that parent company Meta is experiencing a significant outage that has affected Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger.


Users discovered that they couldn't load the websites or apps normally. Affected users discovered that Instagram would not function at all and that they had been logged out of Facebook.


Many people were worried that their accounts had been compromised as a result of the notifications indicating they were logged out, and several apprehensive expressions became popular on Twitter/X. But rather than being the product of a hack or cyberattack, it appears that Facebook's login mechanism is having issues.


Official status pages for Meta's consumer goods are not maintained by the company. Additionally, it had not yet posted an update on the outage on any of its official channels, including Twitter and X.


On Thursday, however, the tracking website Down Detector revealed widespread outages at Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger. Since the issues were observed everywhere, there's a chance that the outage may be worldwide.


For its business solutions, which include Facebook and Instagram advertising, Meta does run a status page. According to that page, every one of its products was operating as it should.


Meta also owns WhatsApp, and it seemed to be operating normally.


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