Now if you are logging into Facebook you will find that at the current moment the site is not going the way you want. So don’t worry because you are not alone in this tragedy and apart from that news from The Next Web reported that throughout the day, Facebook has gone down in places like Austria, Norway, Germany, Greece, France, Italy, and Sweden. Making things much more interesting is Twitter user AnonymousOwn3r, who is claiming to be attacking facebook at the current moment.If AnonymousOwn3r fact is true then that would mean the now-infamous group Anonymous is behind the Facebook outage. Just a few minutes ago, he tweeted that he’d be halting his attack so people could get back on the social network, but it’s hard to tell if he’s telling the truth. As far as we can see, he hasn’t given a reason for his attack on Facebook, only saying that he tried to carry out the attack yesterday but was unsuccessful.
It seems that this was an attack on Facebook’s DNS servers, as trying to access touch.facebook.com brings up the site with no problems. If AnonymousOwn3r is serious when he says that he’s halting his attack on Facebook (and he’s responsible for bringing Facebook down in the first place), then the service should be coming back across Europe soon. If you live in Europe, do you have access to Facebook yet, or is it still down for you?