Ein abgelaufenes SSL-Zertifikat zwingt Microsoft Windows Azure Storage weltweit(!) in die Knie

[ 1 ] Februar 23, 2013 |

Seit Freitag, dem 22. Februar, 12:44 PM PST leidet Microsoft Windows Azure Storage weltweit(!) unter massiven Problemen. Grund hierfür ist ein abgelaufenes SSL-Zertifikat. Der Ausfall hat ebenfalls von Azure Storage abhängige Services in Mitleidenschaft gezogen (siehe Screenshot). Derzeit arbeitet Microsoft an der Wiederherstellung aller Services. Erste Test Deployments zeigen anscheinend Erfolg. Mehr unter dem Windows Azure Service Dashboard.

Ein abgelaufenes SSL-Zertifikat zwingt Microsoft Windows Azure Storage weltweit(!) in die Knie

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