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01/29/2001 12:03 PM ID: 3107 Permalink   

Microsoft Apologizes for Bad Week

 

Microsoft has apologized for a series of outages last week, caused first by a network configuration error, and later by a series of denial-of-service attacks. Some of Microsoft's most popular sites had outages from Tuesday until Friday.

Microsoft announced Saturday that all its problems were over. "Everything's fine," company spokesman Adam Sohn said. "Everything's been fine since about lunchtime yesterday."

Microsoft's vice president and CIO Rick Devenuti apologized on behalf of the company. "Microsoft accepts full responsibility for the inconvenience that our customers experienced over the past couple of days."

 
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