Microsoft announced on Monday that it has taken action to address a flagrant security blunder that had exposed 38 terabytes of sensitive information.
The leak was found on the company’s AI GitHub repository, and it’s believed to have accidentally become public when a collection of open-source training data was published, according to Wiz. Additionally, it had a disk backup of the workstations of two former workers, which contained over 30,000 internal Teams communications in addition to secrets, keys, and passwords.
The repository, known as “robust-models-transfer,” is no longer reachable. It provided the raw code and machine learning models read more Microsoft AI Researchers Accidentally Expose 38 Terabytes of Confidential Data.
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