Mapo has experienced its first ever map outage, affecting tens of thousands of users in China.
The outage began at 3:30pm local time (11:30 GMT) on Wednesday and is expected to last until 8pm Thursday.
Mapo told users to update their maps and the company is offering free updates.
Google Maps is still offline in China, but the company said it was working with Google to help restore the service.
Mapos service is designed to connect people to their local map and let them find their way around.
It’s designed to be used for mapping, not navigation.
The company also offered free maps updates to people affected by the outage.
Mapoes service is available in more than 150 countries.
In a blog post, Mapo said the outage was caused by a software issue that “allowed the servers to communicate over the internet with a malicious network.
This network had access to the mapping data, which could have allowed it to hijack the server, steal the data, or execute malicious code.
Mapotravel, Mapos’ service provider, is working with the authorities to fix this problem.”
The company did not say when the outage began or how many users were affected.
Mapo says the problem is caused by the “unpatched security update.”
Mapo had not disclosed when it last experienced a software vulnerability.
Mapodel is a mapping and mapping infrastructure company.
Mapo has a history of service disruptions.
In October 2016, Google said it would stop working with Mapo due to a software flaw, which was patched in December.
Mapodel said in a blogpost in May that the company was “in a very challenging time for us as a company and a company in China.”
The service was discontinued in April.
Google also reported on its blog on Tuesday that a major software vulnerability was detected in its mapping platform Mapo Maps, affecting 1.6 million users in the Chinese city of Beijing.
The vulnerability could allow attackers to hijak the mapping service, delete data and potentially alter the way the company calculates a user’s location.
The company said the bug affects Mapo maps in China as well as maps in South Korea and Taiwan.
“The company is working hard to mitigate the vulnerability and we are doing everything possible to provide Mapo customers with a smoother experience,” a Google spokesperson said.
Mapo, a Chinese company, was founded in 1869 in Shanghai, and its headquarters are in Beijing.
It was spun off from another Chinese company in 2014, and was spun out of Mapo’s parent company, Wanda.
Mapopedia is an online map publisher and a subsidiary of Mapos.