Check the stats and details of the latest Instapage outages and issues
Minor Resolved · 18 days ago · lasted about 2 hours
We are currently experiencing a partial outage at the application level and some live pages return 404 errors. Our team is working on resolving this incident as soon as possible, but we recommend pausing any paid traffic to your landing pages until this is permanently resolved. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we are working on this.
Minor Resolved · 3 months ago · lasted 1 day
We are aware of an intermittent and sporadic issue affecting requests. How to identify the issue: a browser notification will include the message "Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network." What is being done: - the team is working to identify a possible workaround - the team has escalated to the highest level of support with the Cloud Service Provider We apologize if you were among the users who experience this issue, and we thank you for your patience and understanding!
Minor Resolved · 7 months ago · lasted less than a minute
We have identified a DDOS attack on some pages that caused a heavy load on our servers, hence making less than 10% of the overall traffic have a slow loading time or not load at all. Our team has stopped the attack, and we are closely monitoring the situation.
Minor Resolved · 7 months ago · lasted less than a minute
Some users may experience partial responsiveness issues at the application level due to a service disruption reported for the Google Cloud servers. We are working on moving the workloads to a different zone to minimize impact.
Major Resolved · 9 months ago · lasted about 1 month
Live pages outage - DNS issue
We are currently experiencing some DNS issues, and the live pages are down. We recommend pausing any paid traffic to your landing pages until this is resolved. Our team is working on it and it should be fixed shortly. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we are working on this.
Minor Resolved · about 1 year ago · lasted 5 months
Landing page slowdown and downtime
We have identified a DDOS attack on our network which is causing a large portion of landing pages to be inaccessible or load slowly. Our team is working on deploying a solution. We recommend pausing or diverting ad traffic if your pages are affected, if possible. We believe a fix will be deployed shortly.
Minor Resolved · about 1 year ago · lasted 6 months
Application and live pages outage
We are currently experiencing an outage at the application level and also intermittently for some of the live pages. We noticed the inconsistencies began around 14:00 (UTC timezone). Our entire team is already working on resolving this incident as soon as possible, but we recommend pausing any paid traffic to your landing pages until this is permanently resolved. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we are working on this.
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