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Attacks on our systems continue and while we were able to bring services back for a short time, significant instability due to the sustained attacks has forced us to refocus our efforts to mitigate them. As a result, Flightradar24 remains unavailable to all users at this time.
Update: And @flightradar24 went down today. Shit is getting wild
Our engineers are continuing to mitigate the attack on our systems and work to restore access to Flightradar24 services. Next update in 1 hour, or sooner with any change in status. We truly appreciate your patience as we work to return Flightradar24 to full strength.
Work is ongoing to return Flightradar24 services to normal and mitigate the effects of an attack on our systems. Next update in 1 hour, or sooner if any status changes.
⚠️ For the third time in two days Flightradar24 is under attack. Our engineers are working to mitigate the attack as quickly as possible and we hope to be back tracking flights soon. We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvenience. Updates to follow in thread.
Answering some questions about the airspace around the Korean Peninsula and Flightradar24 coverage in North Korea.
Some early “Season’s Greetings” from one of Flight Test Teams in Hamburg ?✈️ @flightradar24
Flightradar24 did not pick up any emergency signals from #QZ8501 The signal was just lost at 23:12 UTC