San Francisco-based Fastly acknowledged a problem just before 6 a.m. Eastern. About an hour later, the company said: “The issue has been identified and a fix has been applied.” Most of the sites soon appeared to be back online.
The company said in an emailed statement that it was a “technical issue” and “not related to a cyber attack.”
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