zerodha: Cloudflare fixes outage that knocked out Zerodha, Omegle, FTX and others


New Delhi: Cloudflare said on Tuesday afternoon it has fixed a “widespread” outage that hit a number of sites earlier in the day, including Zerodha, FTX, Discord, Omegle, DoorDash, Crunchyroll, NordVPN and Feedly.

The internet infrastructure company fixed the problem about an hour after users reported they were having trouble accessing several websites.

Clouflare, which had a similar outage last week in several parts of the world, did not say what caused the problem.

The firm’s chief technical officer John Graham-Cumming claimed in a Hacker News thread that the outage didn’t touch “a lot of places,” but also affected “a lot of places.”

Several major services were affected by the Cloudflare outage in India and elsewhere. According to DownDetector, a crowdsourced web monitoring programme that analyses outages, several customers were experiencing login difficulties and crashes on numerous services.

Users also reported trouble accessing Coinbase, Shopify and League of Legends.

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