Microsoft Teams outage blamed on expired SSL certificate

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Microsoft Teams downed for three hours due to simple error

The three-hour outage affecting Microsoft Teams yesterday was due to an expired SSL certificate that had not been renewed. Users attempting to sign-in early yesterday afternoon were greeted with...

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