The United States, Britain and Thailand report today (Tuesday) the collapse of a number of well-known and large websites. According to reports, the sites are not received in the above countries, and when you enter them instead of displaying the home page, an error message appears.

The sites reported are the UK Government, CNN, Guardian, Financial Times, Spectator Magazine, Amazon, Reddit and Hulu streaming services.

Lotem Finkelshtein of information security company Check Point explained that “this is probably a malfunction at Pasteli, which provides CDN services – services that allow load control over access to websites and Internet services in order to give each geographical area the ability to access the site it wants to access. “This is a duplication of sites to allow quick access from any point in the world. Instead of accessing the main site, you go to its replica to control the loads.

By Editor

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