Websites were briefly knocked offline Thursday after a software update triggered a glitch at network specialty firm Akamai.
Reports of internet outages from locations around the world spiked at website Downdetector, with US-based Akamai saying some websites were offline for as long as an hour.
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If your internet's acting up today, it's not you. It's the internet. Specifically, major content delivery network Akamai is having DNS trouble.
A company spokesperson confirmed that the key works but won't reveal the source, saying only that it came from a trusted third party.
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