Data leak at Singapore gaming…

Data leak at Singapore gaming firm Razer may have exposed 100,000 gamers' personal information | Malay Mail

Malay Mail | 2020-09-15 11:24

SINGAPORE, Sept 15 -- The personal information of an estimated 100,000 customers of gaming hardware maker Razer was leaked online for three weeks, potentially exposing them to scams, though the firm said today that no credit card or passwords were involved. Security researcher Volodymyr "Bob" Diachenko revealed the leak in a post on LinkedIn last Thursday after he discovered a server belonging to Razer was misconfigured for public access and indexed by public search engines. Inside the server were logs containing the full names, email addresses, phone numbers, order details, billing and shipping addresses of the firm's customers, Mr Diachenko said. "Based on the number of the emails exposed, I would estimate the total number of affected customers to be around 100,000," he wrote. Razer, known for its high-end gaming gear such as laptops and keyboards, has headquarters in both Califor…

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