McDonald’s attributes global outage to third party involvement


McDonald’s faced technical issues that caused a global outage, affecting stores in the UK, Australia, and Japan. The problem was attributed to a third-party provider during a configuration change, not a cyber attack. While some stores have reopened, others are still in the process of coming back online. McDonald’s chief information officer assured that the situation was being resolved urgently. Customers and franchise owners shared their experiences of being unable to serve due to the outage. Social media users also expressed frustration with the situation. The fast food chain has thousands of restaurants worldwide, with operations slowly returning to normal in affected countries. If you have been impacted by this issue, you can share your experiences with the BBC.

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