Updated: A month after the the last big outage, users are frustrated
Update 31/08: It seems that Garmin is now back and firing, so there’s been no repeat of the long and frustrating outage from July 2020.
Garmin Connect is down for many users, a month after a big outage was caused by a ransomware attack.
Garmin is trending on Twitter as users take to the platform to complain about being unable to access services. And it’s happening alongside similar outages at eBay, Visa and Cloudflare.
At Wareable, we were initially able to access the service, but our services are now offline too.
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