Google said Friday local time that the massive disruption of major services such as Gmail and Youtube was due to errors in the user ID system. Google has ruled that earlier this week, there were errors in its online identification system, causing major services such as Gmail and YouTube to be disrupted. < / P > < p > alphabet’s Google has several tools that can verify and track logged in users. Starting in October, Google moved these tools to a new file storage system, but some data reported errors in the process, according to an article published on Friday. This led to a 47 minute outage on several of Google’s major services on Monday morning, a rare technical error for the company. < / P > < p > Google’s explanation is made at a time when people are highly alert to network security. Hackers targeting software supplier solarwinds also threatened companies such as Microsoft and several U.S. government agencies. A Google spokesman said Friday that the company did not find any evidence that the solarwinds hacking affected alphabet or Google systems. < / P > < p > the company said about 15% of requests sent to Google’s cloud storage service were interrupted during the service outage on Monday. Google’s cloud computing division provides an identification service similar to OKTA. Global Tech