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TAS Interruption - Update (15 April 2012): Statement by Akram Atallah, COO ... #icann #news #domain

TAS Interruption - Update (15 April 2012) 15 April 2012 Statement by Akram Atallah, COO As we reported yesterday, ICANN continues to study the technical issue that has prompted us to take the TLD application system offline. Our goals remain to get a full understanding of this issue, fix the problem, notify those who have been affected, and reopen the application window as soon as possible. We are doing our best to mitigate the impact of this issue on the application process. As reported earlier, some applicants were able to see file names and user names that belonged to other applicants. An intensive review has produced no evidence that any data beyond the file names and user names could be accessed by other users. In addition, it does not appear that this issue caused any corruption or loss of data. We are currently reviewing the data to confirm which applicants were affe...

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