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My last "logout" was at about 12:30 AM PST-4/21/20.  My "failed login" was at  1:45 PM PST-4/21/20.

Is there solutions to the all-of-sudden failures to login? 

Is there work, & health issues with the problem?

Can a VPN subscription be the ultimate solution to the login failures?

Login failures has happen before, but always got back on track. 

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The Internet is a huge collection of things, cables, microwave systems, satellites, repeaters, routers, control systems, and more run by different companies that are constantly changing things to handle the traffic loads, replace old equipment, add new equipment and upgrade to gigabyte service. Verizon has spent US$15 billion adding new high speed cables. That is just a fraction of their cost to operate.

There is a lot of stuff and it is all dynamic... changing. On top of that someone digging a ditch tears apart a major cable interrupting service to millions of people... Imagine closing the Golden Gate Bridge... (112,000 card per day - not counting pedestrians, buses, bikes, trucks...). Where do all those vehicles go? How many are now late? What happens to other highways and streets?

You couldn't log in because the detour route had not been put together. Its like a wreck on the highway. Traffic stops and backs up. Then word spreads and people figure a way around. Google Maps/Directions driving directions begins routing people around the problem, California's highway alert system notifies people miles away from the wreck and jam, computer controlled traffic signals adjust to handle a new traffic pattern. Eventually the wreck is cleared and things slowly return to normal.

For the guy like you that has to travel past the wreck to get where you are going... there is no fix. You wait.

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