Google Services including Gmail, Youtube, Google Play Servers are Down | Was Google Hacked?

Google Services including Gmail, Youtube, Google Play Servers are Down currently. We use Google Services so much in our daily life that we don’t even know when we get addicted to them. For every school work and office work we need to connect to the internet , especially in this year of 2020 where the whole world was lock inside their home. Only those business that were online could expand themselves and grow this year.

But what if you get locked out of your social media and you cant watch videos or all your cloud data is goes into thin air. Something like that happened in december on 14 the end of the worst year of modern times (Year 2020). Most of the google services provided by the American Company Google was shut down due to some technical problems at 6:00 pm evening.

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Google is a billion dollar company so its easy for them to fix the technical issue although there is no confirmation from Google Officials that its servers were Cyber attacked from any group. We will update you when there is more News.

Google suffered a worldwide outage, with failures reported across Gmail, Google Calendar and YouTube.
Beginning at about 11.50am GMT, the outages appeared to have affected the vast majority of Google’s services, apart from search which operated largely unaffected. Despite the universal nature of the outages, the company’s automated systems reported no problems for any services for the first 30 minutes of the outage, across both consumer-facing and its cloud tools for developers. At 12.25pm. The outage appeared to be related to the company’s authentication tools, which manage how users log in to services run by both Google and third-party developers.
That means that tools that work after logging in, such as Gmail and Google Calendar, were unavailable entirely. Third-party services that use Google’s authentication platform continued to be accessible for users who are already logged in, but failed when users tried to sign in or out of the service. Services such as YouTube failed entirely for users who are already signed in to a Google account, but could be accessed in a “private browsing” mode in order to view the signed-out version of the site, which continued to work. The outage severely disrupted services for many workplaces. Google Suite, one of the services affected, manages not only email communication, but also office messaging through the Chat and Meet services, and actual work through Google Docs, Sheets and Slides. For those working from home, the outage affected Google’s Smart Home services, including the Google Home smart speakers and the Nest thermostats and smoke alarms.

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