One of the largest spam operations in the world has exposed its entire operation to the public, leaking its database of 1.37 billion email addresses and other data, thanks to a faulty backup.
A single typo brought down a chunk of the Internet this past week, causing losses estimated around $150 million. The revelation came from Amazon after its AWS platform was taken offline for four hours.
Networking giant Cisco took advantage of the Mobile World Congress taking place in Barcelona to announce Layered Services Architecture, a new feature for its Network Services Orchestrator technology.
The recent hours-long outage of Amazon Web Services provided a vivid illustration of how much large parts of the Internet depend on the cloud service. It also presented a puzzle for many users.
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