MicroSoft’s servers for their 2016 cloud services showed vulnerability, even when users employed Tor and duckduckgo. This also involved MS virtual keyboard users.
Also a year later in 2017, a popular virtual keyboard app leaked 31 million users’ personal data. It turned out that the app developer’s database did not have a central password for the users’ protection.
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