Possible DNS hack knocks out Google

Google engineers are investigating the cause of a problem that shut down the company’s search engine and email services on Saturday 7 April.

Services were suspended between 11.45pm and midnight. Some users trying to access the page were redirected to a search engine called SoGoSearch, suggesting that the problem may have been at the Domain Name System (DNS) server level.

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