The former pupils and the teachers can not currently access the UniLogin, which among other things is used to log into the intranet Aula and digital skoletjenester.
It informs the Ministry of Children and education.
UniLogin is affected by large faults, which, unfortunately, leads to the pt. not possible to log on to the digital services in the education sector. The new status follows at 11: 30 a.m., writes the ministry on Twitter.
It turns out that it is a so-called denial of service, which is my fault that you can't access the UniLogin.
The typing of the Ministry of education in a press release.
Some from the outside tries to overload the system, but the Ministry of Children and education determines to do everything in order to fend off the attack.
in Addition, calls on the ministry to the users to be patient and try to access UniLogin again later.
From this week is the Danish schools were closed due to the coronavirus, and instead required the students fit the school at home - possibly with the help of their parents.
It has resulted in a huge pressure on the systems, and also earlier this week there have been distractions for UniLogin, which roughly speaking is a NemID for the education sector.
UniLogin is used by all pupils and teachers in primary schools and at a number of secondary schools. It have 700,000 daily users. The vast majority of the students.
on Wednesday, there were 1.7 million login with UniLogin. It can cover multiple login from the same student or teacher.
For comparison, on a normal day 900.000, inform the Danish Agency for It and Learning.
the Danish Agency for It and Learning, set earlier this week extra serverkapacitet in order to better be able to handle, that there is more pressure than normal on the systems, but it has not been able to prevent the problems on Thursday.