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TAS 中断 - 更新(世界标准时间 2012 年 4 月 14 日 06:50)


首席运营官 AkramAtallah 发表声明

正如我们的报告,ICANN 已获悉 TLD 申请系统软件(即 TAS)存在一个技术问题,即在一定情况下有极少数用户可以查看某些其他用户的文件名和用户名。我们于 2012 年 4 月 12 日临时关闭了系统以保护申请人数据,检查该技术问题并予以解决。

作为该流程的一部分,我们正在对开放申请提交期以来收到的数千份客户服务调查进行筛选。此次初步审核已发现 3 月 19 日提交的一份用户报告似乎是涉及此技术问题的第一份报告。

尽管我们相信在第一份报告和之后报告中发现的问题已经得到了解决,但 4 月 12 日我们证实仍然存在未解决的问题,因此关闭了系统。


我们了解尽快重开申请系统的重要性。我们将在 4 月 16 日星期一 23:59 之前(格林威治标准时间/世界标准时间)公布是否能于 2012 年 4 月 17 日星期二重新开放系统。


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