Update: Microsoft Issues Press Release on Site Access Problems

Microsoft denies third-party involvement or security vulnerability.

Microsoft has issued a press release regarding site access problems, citing that the issue was due to an internal technical error, not as a result of a third-party involvement, such as a hacker or software incompatibility, nor a security vulnerability, as has been speculated. Microsoft says the problem has been resolved, but access to its training and certification site was still unavailable as of 9 a.m. PDT.

To read the announcement, go to


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