By now, everyone knows about the Comcast internet internet outage.
But it has yet to be fully acknowledged that the outage has impacted millions of homes across the country.
Now, the same outage affecting tens of thousands of homes is threatening the very security of millions more.
The outage began Thursday night, and the Washington Post reported that by the end of the day, Comcast was experiencing an outage that caused all of the cable providers in the U.S. to halt service to their customers.
A representative for the FCC confirmed that Comcast is experiencing an issue with their network.
“Our engineers are working to resolve this issue and will provide updates as they become available,” Comcast spokesperson Jessica Leibler wrote in an email to The Hill.
The Comcast outage was so severe that some Comcast customers were unable to log into their accounts for at least two days.
“We are in a very tight spot because we are not able to reach any of our customers who have access to the internet,” Comcast customer Mike Cimperman told the Post.
“There are no customers we have reached out to to and we are working around the clock to get them online.”
The outage affects Comcast customers in more than 70 percent of the U and M markets, as well as in Arizona, Georgia, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.
The problem is that Comcast has only had access to one of the three fiber networks in the area.
Comcast customers are also unable to access the Internet from their computers, as the network has not been upgraded.
The outage has left Comcast customers without the ability to access their own data, and they are still unable to download files or upload videos.
The Washington Post also reported that Comcast’s fiber network is also experiencing an “emergency shutdown,” with customers unable to use their own broadband connection.
The Post also published a video of Comcast’s technicians repairing the network’s cable system, but the service was still not working as of Friday morning.
A spokesperson for Comcast told The Hill that the technicians are working “to resolve this as quickly as possible.”
Comcast’s spokesperson told the Washington Examiner that Comcast had been working around-the-clock to fix the issue.
But this is not the first time Comcast has been hit by an internet outage in the Washington area.
According to a report by Ars Technica, Comcast customers have reported similar problems in the past.
The problem is the outage is occurring at a time when the company is also working on a $65 billion merger with Time Warner Cable.
According to the report, the merger has caused problems with Comcast’s customer service, with Comcast customers having reported having to wait longer than usual for customer service calls.
The FCC, which is responsible for regulating the internet, has ordered Comcast to upgrade its network.
Comcast has already promised to do so, and as the Washington Times reported earlier this week, the company has already begun to upgrade to a new, faster fiber network.