OpenAI recently announced that it has successfully fixed a significant vulnerability in its popular ChatGPT platform, which could potentially expose the title of other users’ conversation history with the AI. According to reports, a small number of users were affected by this vulnerability prior to the fix.
OpenAI CEO, Sam Altman, also confirmed the fix via Twitter, stating that users were temporarily unable to access their personal chat history on March 20th, but the issue has since been resolved.
Since its launch last year, ChatGPT has experienced rapid growth and gained significant popularity. OpenAI even recently upgraded its GPT-3.5 to GPT-4, which will be available to users before November 30.
Market analysis and consulting firm, Similarweb, believes that Microsoft’s investment in OpenAI and the integration of ChatGPT into Bing Search will make search more appealing and attract more users to the platform.
Ensuring the security and privacy of users is of utmost importance for any platform, especially when dealing with sensitive information such as personal conversations. OpenAI’s quick response to this vulnerability and subsequent fix should give users confidence in the platform’s commitment to security.