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Razer accidentally exposed over 100,000 gamers’ personal information for close to a month, according to a new report.
Security researcher Volodymyr Diachenko discovered that customer data on Razer’s website was made publicly available on August 18th because of a server misconfiguration. A redacted sample pictured below shows records of orders made on the company’s digital store, exposing personal information including email and mailing addresses, the type of product ordered, and phone numbers. Credit card information was not included.
After discovering the misconfiguration online, Diachenko…