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Massive global IT outage hits airlines, banks, markets

Gulf-Times 20 Jul 2024
They also face questions about how to avoid future blackouts triggered by technology meant to safeguard their systems.An earlier software update by global cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, one of the ...
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Faulty software causes havoc worldwide for airlines, hospitals and governments

The Day 20 Jul 2024
Commuter disembark a Great Northern railway train at Hunt's Cross station in Liverpool, England, amid reports of widespread IT outages affecting airlines, broadcasters and banks, Friday, July 19, 2024.
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Major Windows BSOD issue takes banks, airlines, and broadcasters offline

The Verge 19 Jul 2024
Australian banks, airlines, and TV broadcasters first raised the alarm as thousands of machines started to go offline.
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Widespread technology outage disrupts flights, banks, media outlets and companies around the world

Atlantic News Telegraph 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Microsoft outage disrupts flights, banks, media outlets and companies around the world

Naharnet 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Microsoft IT Outage Disrupts Flights, Banks, Media Outlets, and Companies Worldwide

Time 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Global technical outages affect banks, airlines and broadcasters

Emirates 24/7 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Major US airlines grounded as massive Microsoft outage shakes up world

Las Vegas Review-Journal 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Microsoft users worldwide report widespread outages affecting banks, airlines and broadcasters

Asahi News 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Widespread Microsoft outages affecting banks, airlines and broadcasters

Stars and Stripes 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Massive Microsoft outage shakes up global communications

Las Vegas Review-Journal 19 Jul 2024
News outlets in Australia reported that airlines, telecommunications providers and banks, and media broadcasters were disrupted as they lost access to computer systems. Some New Zealand banks said they were also offline.
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Live: IT outages reported worldwide for banks, stores, airports, media

RNZ 19 Jul 2024
Worldwide IT issues are being reported, with outages hitting banking, media broadcasting, and transport infrastructure.
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Widespread global tech outage disrupts flights, banks, hospitals and media outlets

LA Daily News 19 Jul 2024
Passengers wait at London Stansted Airport in Essex, amid reports of widespread IT outages affecting airlines, broadcasters and banks, Friday July 19, 2024 ... and banks, Friday, July 19, 2024.
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Capitec and eNCA offline earlier on Friday in worldwide outage

Business Day 19 Jul 2024
Crashes on Microsoft’s Windows operating system globally involving cybersecurity company CrowdStrike have spread to SA, affecting broadcaster eNCA and Capitec Bank ... Its card payments and ATMs were not affected, the bank said.

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