According to Reuters, a Chinese hacker named “Sun Jisu” is responsible for stopping the services of “Facebook”, “WhatsApp” and Instagram, and added that the Chinese hacker is only 13 years old.
Facebook and all of its messaging and social media services, including Messenger, were down for roughly six hours on October 4, 2021, resulting in massive economic losses in the billions of millions.
Social media pioneers are looking for the truth about the Chinese youngster who hacked Facebook after it claimed, after reports, that he was the reason for the abrupt failure of Facebook’s apps.
The world’s attention was drawn to Wang Zhenjiang, a 13-year-old Chinese kid who hacked Facebook, inflicting significant financial losses to Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s owner, after he managed to irritate all users of Facebook programmes in addition to creating huge financial losses to him.
The proponents of these claims claimed the source of the information to Reuters, where some said that Chinese hackers were to blame for the Facebook applications’ technical problems, which were symbolised by the three apps “Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.”
Although Reuters did not report on Facebook’s hacking by Chinese hackers, security experts watching the situation speculated that the outage was caused by an application issue that prevented access to Facebook’s servers.
In a comment, Facebook described the cause of the breakdown that impacted its implementations, asserting that network wild swings caused a disturbance in interaction between data centres, adding, “The fluctuation in the network caused a disruption in communication between data centres, which in turn led to the disruption of the data centres’ work. Platform.”
Who is the Chinese adolescent accused of hacking Facebook?
The photo goimg viral on social media is not related to Sun Ji Soo, but of Wang Zhengyang, a youngster.
Although Wang was declared the world’s youngest hacker in 2014 when he successfully hacked his school system to obtain the answers to his homework.