Discord down: Server status latest, awaiting endpoint and stuck on connecting issues hit

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Discord down reports are on the rise today, with users reporting issues with their connection and receiving an awaiting endpoint message when they try to use the app. Independent outage monitor Down Detector has recorded a huge spike in Discord down reports, with hundreds of users experiencing issues. At the time of writing Down Detector UK has registered a peak of more than 1,300 Discord down reports today.

While on Twitter users have said they’ve been getting Discord awaiting endpoint and Discord stuck on connecting messages.

According to Down Detector stats, the majority of Discord down reports are to do with server connection and voice chat issues.

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At the time of writing, the official Discord Status page says all systems are “operational”.

However, on Twitter there have been a number of Discord users reporting issues with the app.

One tweeted: “@discord Europe and Russia is down, any ETA on when servers are back up?”

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Another posted: “@discord Hello guys! Are the Europe voice servers down right now?”

One added: “Discord ping is just going down.

“Can’t seem to connect correctly, my friends sound like robots”.

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And another wrote: “My discord is down as well, both on wifi, router and data”.

In other Discord news, security experts recently warned that malware is an increasing threat for the app’s 140million active users.

Sophos revealed that in the past few months malware detections have risen by over 140 times compared to the same time last year.

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Sophos said this it partly due to how Discord stores files in the cloud.

The security experts explained: “Once files are uploaded to Discord, they can persist indefinitely unless reported or deleted”.

Sophos said malware is predominately spread via social engineering, with dangerous files or harmful external URLs being spread with deceiving names to lure others to click on it.

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Sophos went on to add: “The threat actors behind these operations employed social engineering to spread credential-stealing malware, then use the victims’ harvested Discord credentials to target additional Discord users.”

More to follow…

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