Sept. 19, 2023, 1:36 p.m. | Livia Gyongyoși

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Microsoft researchers leaked 38TB of sensitive data to a public GitHub repository while training open-source AI learning models. The Microsoft data leakage occurred starting July 2020 and white hat hackers only discovered and reported it on June 22nd, 2023. Consequently, Microsoft issued an advisory claiming that: No customer data was exposed, and no other Microsoft […]

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