How to find out if your ISP is vulnerable to the cyberattack
An alert from Google India indicates that a “cyberattack” is currently affecting an Indian ISP, and that Google India is experiencing “significant disruption” as a result.
According to the alert, the problem is affecting “around 1.8% of the country’s population,” with the number likely increasing as the day goes on.
The alert says the ISP is experiencing a “low level of availability and disruption” that is likely due to a “sudden increase in traffic,” and it is not clear whether the problem affects all of the ISP’s customers.
According the alert:The alert states that the problem may be due to the “lack of infrastructure in the Indian network, a lack of reliable and reliable network resources, and the lack of a reliable and consistent data center.”
It is not yet clear whether Google India’s network is affected or not, but if it is, it could affect users on all of its networks, and possibly even more.
Google India’s Indian website also states that there are currently “no data centers or other facilities available at this time.”
This is in contrast to Google India being in the midst of a massive “overall disruption” in its network, which has been described by a number of media outlets as “fierce.”
Google India has also stated that the outage is not affecting its users directly, but it is affecting a subset of users on its network.
According Google India, “it is not possible to identify the cause of the disruption or any of the affected services.”
However, it is possible that the disruption is due to an “internet backbone or other infrastructure failure,” and this could impact users in India.
In an attempt to mitigate the disruption, Google India said that it will provide a patch to affected users later today.