Report and source code detailing the AI Dungeon private adventure vulnerability (by AetherDevSecOps)


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  • Alternatives to AI Dungeon? | 2021-06-11
  • About the Data Breach | 2021-06-07
    There were a couple breaches posted about. If you meant the one posted by AetherDevSecOps instead of the 4chan one discussed in the other thread, this one used to show more concrete data, but it was removed from the current version of the report after Latitude fixed the security breach.
  • Latitude Violated Google and Paypals TOS | 2021-05-30
  • [Hobby Scuffles] Week of May 23, 2021
    A white hat discovered a security vulnerability recently to view unpublished adventures, the devs fixed it but the white hat made a report the filter stuff started. It was a whole other thing that's concerned people. As far as the filter goes, this showed that almost 50% of recent adventures were NSFW in some way. Considering the default generated adventures and worlds are SFW, which casual/new players will likely end up on too, the percentage is almost definitely higher amongst regular players and subscribers. So if Latitude don't implement the filter well, you can see why there's concern...
  • funy world update go brr | 2021-05-22
  • Roleplayer Demographic | 2021-05-21
  • Should I play AI Dungeon? | 2021-05-09
    Well, if you haven't already found the information
  • Thanks to Latitude, the community has become a really stressful place. | 2021-05-08
    You can read more about the leak Here. Some of the information seems to have been edited out of the report linked in that post, but you can still read that in the Github history Here.
  • Apparently the removal of the explore page had something to do with 4channers mass-publishing cursed stuff? | 2021-05-07
    My money is more on the fact that Explore had multiple related vulnerable security endpoints, which allowed all undeleted (including unpublished) adventures, scenarios, and comments to be trawled through. If it was just a 4chan raid, they would have re-enabled it after clearing things out.
  • Latitude won't talk to it's community, but it is prepared to throw us under the bus to sidestep blame. | 2021-05-07
  • Just confirmed that AIDungeon does not delete "deleted" content | 2021-05-04
    According to the breach github, "All non-deleted resources, created from Dec 16th, 2019 onwards, were affected by this vulnerability." (Emphasis added.) So it did not confirm that deleted content was still accessible.
  • What is happening | 2021-05-04
    Here's a good explanation on what's happened; for information about the data security issues, see here.
  • Crack post: When the devs finally speak up version 2. | 2021-05-03
  • What the hell is going on? | 2021-05-03
    There’s two things I think you should read, this, and this.
  • about the changes... | 2021-05-02
    Latitude has lost the trust of so many of their users, that it's basically null to many of them what they do at this point, regardless of whether they do everything right from here on out (which, sadly, couldn't be any further from what has been happening). their reputation has been shattered, not only because of the completely broken filter, but also due to their lack of acknowledgement about a [data leak that made private stories available for anyone to view]( their shareholders are probably PISSED because the co-founder of Latitude said ["yeah, i don't really care if our game dies lol"](, along with [many, MANY other terrible statements](