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ByBill Toulas-February 8, 2019.366 Wells Fargo customers are experiencing the third widespread weekly blackout. The banking company claims the problem is a fire suppression device that goes off at one of its data centers. People suspect issues of privacy, as the spectrum of love is far wider than they would anticipate. We are experiencing a system problem which causes intermittent outages and we are working to restore services as quickly as possible. We apologize for the mishap. — Wells Fargo (@WellsFargo) February 7, 2019 As an employee of Wells Fargo posted on Reddit, the affected data center had everything unplugged manually except for the core network hardware, while the faults in place for emergencies such as this one did not work as planned. Any information about the fire and its severity were revealed so that it is unknown at this time whether or not damage to the servers occurred. Many hope for loan data wiping but it is not at all possible as Wells Fargo performs regular offline backups being saved by the flames. The fact that smaller-scale outages have affected Wells Fargo services since last week doesn’t make the official reason entirely plausible. The official Twitter handle reports a number of similar apology messages for widespread service outages and many consumers have inevitably begun to believe that prevention and mitigation of DoS attacks or data leaks may be the real reasons behind the blackouts. One information that further supports this hypothetical scenario is that only four hours after the incident ended, Wells Fargo called the fire department. Another factor that fuels skepticism is the seemingly excessive level of device failure in a single data center caused by fire troubles. The organization attempted to reply to these concerns and clarified that the network malfunction was not the product of a cybersecurity incident through the following tweet: We want our customers to know that this is a localized issue affecting one of our facilities and not because of any cybersecurity case. We apologize for the inconvenience caused by these system issues and will reverse any Wells Fargo fees incurred as a result of such problems. The services are now being restored slowly, but Wells Fargo has not given any clear indication as to when to expect everything to be back online, nor have they disclosed how many people are affected. Similar outages which were quite common were left with limited clarifications at the beginning of this month, so it is quite likely that Wells Fargo will not give a detailed description of what has occurred now either. The solution is never a successful one and can only play the role of cradling doubts and general dissatisfaction with the consumer. Having your thoughts shared with other members of our online community.