On Monday 4th of October 2021, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger platforms went down for about six hours, including
Late hour Monday after the giant media bounce back a number of Arab media outlets circulated a story claiming that a “13 year old Chinese hacker Sun Jisu” had disrupted Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp services.
Some websites and Facebook pages started claiming that the failure was due to a 13 year-old Chinese hacker called Sun Jisu.
International media claimed that “China” was behind the suspension of social media services in the world.
According to Reuters, a Chinese hacker named “Sun Jisu” is responsible for stopping the services of “Facebook”, “WhatsApp” and Instagram, and added that the Chinese hackers are only 13 years old.
The Chinese hacker “Sun Ji Su” has topped the famous search engines and Twitter platforms during the past minutes, after disabling WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook in all countries of the world, amid questions among activists about the details of this information.
Who hack Facebook? Is it 13 Year old Sun Jisu Hacked (See true story)
The Chinese hacker who disrupted Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram around the world.
Sun Jisu, who allegedly hacked the three sites and also caused Facebook employees to be prevented from entering the headquarters of the global institution after disabling the electronic portals and caused an economic loss estimated at billions dollars around the world.
And the circulating news stated: “Reuters reported that a Chinese hacker named “Sun Jisu” is responsible for stopping the services of “Facebook”, WhatsApp and Instagram. Noting that Chinese hackers are only 13 years old.
According to “Sputnik”, the Arabic and English versions of the Reuters agency do not have any news that refers to the misleading information that was circulated on Arab news platforms and by the pioneers of social networking sites.
And the Wall Street Journal quoted Doug Madhuri, director of Internet analysis at network monitoring company Kintech, that Facebook apparently made a change, on Monday morning, in network routing information (DNS).
According to Madhuri, this change affected the company’s DNS servers, which act as a kind of search system on the Internet. They link domain names like “Facebook.com” to digital Internet Protocol addresses, which are used by browsers and web servers.
Madhuri confirmed that the change made Facebook’s DNS servers unavailable, forcing its services on Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp applications to go offline.
For its part, Facebook said in a statement carried by Reuters news agency, that it believes that the main reason for the interruption of the communication service is a wrong modification in the settings of the main routers that caused problems that led to the interruption of the