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27 Mar 2023
OpenAI: ChatGPT payment data leak caused by open-source bug
OpenAI says a Redis client open-source library bug was behind Monday's ChatGPT outage and data leak, where users saw other users' personal information and chat queries. ChatGPT displays a history of historical queries you made in the sidebar, allowing you to click on one and regenerate a response from the chatbot.
On Monday morning, numerous ChatGPT users reported seeing other people's chat queries listed in their history. As first reported by PC Magazine, multiple ChatGPT Plus subscribers also reported seeing other people's email addresses on their subscription pages.
Soon after, OpenAI took ChatGPT offline to investigate an issue but did not provide details as to what caused the outage
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