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TAS 中断 - 更新(2012 年 5 月 9 日)

首席运营官 AkramAtallah 发表声明


正如我们昨天公布的,ICANN 已经向所有用户发出了通知,告诉他们是否受到了 TLD 申请系统 (TAS) 技术故障的影响。

我们向每位 TAS 用户都发送了一封电子邮件 [PDF, 41 KB],让他们登录通知系统查看自己是否受到了影响。 通知发给了四个类别的 1,275 位已注册的 TAS 用户。


  1. 未被查看文件名或用户名的用户 [PDF, 72 KB]:1,163。
  2. 可能被另一用户查看了一个或多个文件名和/或用户名的用户 [PDF, 73 KB]:72。
  3. 可能被一位或多位其他用户查看了文件名和/或用户名的用户 [PDF, 73 KB]:30。
  4. 可能被查看了一个或多个文件名和/或用户名且还查看了其他用户的文件名和/或用户名信息的用户 [PDF, 75 KB]:10。


正如我们昨天公布的,我们计划将于 2012 年 5 月 22 日重新开放 TAS,并预计在 5 月 30 日将其关闭。


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