Facebook and Instagram were hit with a second wave of outages on Friday evening — only days after the administrations went down for quite a long time on Monday.

Reps for Facebook said Friday’s outage had been settled and the organization’s organizations were “back to 100%” soon after 5 p.m. ET — over two hours after clients started revealing they couldn’t utilize the applications.

Facebook pinned Friday outage on a “configuration change” and affirmed that it influenced clients around the world. The outage hit its Messenger and Workplace applications notwithstanding Facebook and Instagram.

Facebook likewise said Friday’s outage was not identified with Monday’s outage, where Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp all went down around the world for over six hours, clearing more than $50 million off the market capitalization of Facebook, which possesses each of the three administrations.

“True conciliatory sentiments to any individual who couldn’t get to our items over the most recent few hours,” a Facebook representative said in an assertion. “We fixed the issue, and everything ought to have returned to typical at this point.”

Facebook said Monday’s outage was an “error of our own making.”

The Monday blackout was set off when Facebook engineers were attempting to direct “a normal support” work, Santosh Janardhan, Facebook’s VP of foundation, wrote in a blog entry.

On Friday, in excess of 32,000 American Instagram clients had revealed being not able to utilize the application between around 2:30 and 3 p.m. ET, as per DownDetector. Around 2,300 US Facebook clients additionally detailed issues throughout a similar timeframe. WhatsApp gave off an impression of being moderately unaffected, with only 109 reports.

Clients in Europe were additionally revealing outages.