Russia blocked 1.8 million Amazon and Google cloud service IP addresses after the migration of telegram
Dazzle Yi Three years ago (2018-04-19) Industry trends eight hundred and twenty
Russia's roskomnadzor has taken more stringent measures to ban its services, following telegram's announcement over the weekend to move some of its service infrastructure to Amazon Web services and Google cloud servers. Today, 1.8 million IP addresses belonging to Amazon and Google cloud infrastructure have been banned. A total of 1838 IP addresses will be banned from Russian IP addresses.
The forbidden IP network segments include:
Since telegram refused to submit the user's encryption key to Russia's main intelligence service FSB, the Russian Federal Communications regulatory agency began to block the telegram client on April 13 (Friday). Subsequently, telegram said it would move the service to Amazon and Google's servers in order to continue serving Russian users.
Many Russian users have complained about roskomnadzor's decision on social media, and the ban of such a large IP address this time will also lead to the failure of many legitimate Web services. There are already a lot of users reporting online game , mobile applications and cryptocurrency services are down.
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And I, emmm, don't know what's going on, GG. I have already complained by email. Do you know if it is successful?