Russian hackers target ChatGPT over OpenAI support for Israel

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A hacker group linked with Russia claimed responsibility for attacks on OpenAI. The reason is said to be the company’s support for Israel, according to Bloomberg. “The group, which calls itself Anonymous Sudan, said it targeted the Microsoft Corp.-backed startup because it has explored investment opportunities in Israel,” the article says. On Wednesday, OpenAI announced periodic outages to its ChatGPT, attributing them to “abnormal traffic patterns.” The company also stated that it resolved the issue causing unusually high error rates in its software and artificial intelligence platform. Other…

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