Discord is down: According to the most recent server status, the server is expecting an endpoint and is experiencing connectivity troubles.
Users are reporting that DISCORD is down today, with users stating that they are waiting for an endpoint and that they are having trouble connecting. Here is the most recent Discord server status.
Users are experiencing troubles with their connection and receiving an awaiting endpoint notice when they try to use Discord today. Discord down reports have exploded, according to independent outage monitor Down Detector, with hundreds of users reporting troubles. At the time of writing, Down Detector UK had received over 1,300 Discord down reports in a single day.
On the other hand, users on Twitter have reported receiving Discord awaiting endpoint and Discord stuck on connection notifications.
The bulk of Discord down reports, according to Down Detector statistics, are related to server connectivity and voice chat issues.
According to the official Discord Status page at the time of writing, all systems are “operational.”
However, a number of Discord users have reported problems with the program on Twitter.
“@discord Europe and Russia are down, any ETA on when servers will be back up?” one user tweeted.
“@discord,” wrote another. Good day, guys! Is there a problem with the Europe voice servers right now?”
“Discord ping is just going down,” one added.
“I can’t seem to connect with my buddies; they sound like robots.”
“My discord is down as well, both on wifi, router, and data,” remarked another.
In unrelated Discord news, security experts recently warned that malware is becoming more prevalent among the 140 million active users of the program.
According to Sophos, malware detections have increased by almost 140 times in the previous few months compared to the same period last year.
According to Sophos, this is due in part to the way Discord keeps files in the cloud.
“Once files are uploaded to Discord, they can persist indefinitely unless reported or deleted,” the security experts explained.
According to Sophos, malware is propagated mostly through social engineering on Discord, with dangerous files or destructive external URLs being spread with deceptive names to entice others to click on them.
The threat actors behind these operations used social engineering to spread credential-stealing malware, then used the victims’ collected Discord credentials to target new Discord users, according to Sophos.