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Dozens of web pages down in the world due to failure in the Amazon cloud

Among the most recognized pages affected by the bug are Neflix, Hootsuite, Snapchat, Soundcloud, Giphy, Expedia, Airbnb, Reddit, Adobe, Twitch, Pinterest and Bitmoji.

Thousands of users have reported bugs on dozens of pages around the world due to an error in the Amazon Web Services servers.

Service is one of the most used on the internet by various companies and websites so the ‘S3’ cloud storage bug, at the US-East-1 data center in Northern Virginia, has affected hundreds of pages and users around the world.

Among the most recognized pages affected by the bug are Netflix, Hootsuite, Snapchat, Soundcloud, Giphy, Expedia, Airbnb, Reddit, Business Insider, Adobe, Twitch, Pinterest, and Bitmoji.

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Other services that have reported problems due to the crash are Quora, Sailthru, Slack002C, Buffer, Chef, Citrix, Codecademy Medium, Microsoft’s HockeyApp, News Corp, Pantheon, Razer, among others.

The company acknowledged in a statement that has identified “high error rates” and was working on repairing its S3 web services, used by more than half of its millions of consumers, especially to store images.

“We believe that We understand the root cause and are working on implementing what we think will remedy the problem. S3-dependent user applications will continue to experience bugs as we continue to work on the solution, “they added.