Microsoft data breach exposes user information of 38 million users

According to the researchers, they had warned Microsoft of the discrepancy back in June 24, but the company refused to pay heed. — AFP

Personal data of 38 million users were accidentally leaked due to a fault in Microsoft’s Power Apps software, according to security firm UpGuard.

The data included employee information, Covid-related personal information and email IDs and phone numbers of millions of individual, making it one of the largest possible data leaks in recent history.

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