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Razer accidentally exposed data of 100,000+ customers

Bottom line: A misconfigured server recently exposed personal information from what is estimated to be north of 100,000 Razer customers. Just because no sensitive information was exposed doesn’t mean it couldn’t be damaging. Spammers use sources like this all the time to build up-to-date databases for spam and phishing campaigns.

Independent security researcher Volodymyr “Bob” Diachenko was the first to report on the matter. Diachenko said he immediately reached out to Razer’s support channel but his message never found the right people inside the company. Instead, he said it was processed by non-tech support managers for more than three weeks before being resolved.

The Verge said Razer confirmed the issue via e-mail, adding that anyone with concerns could reach out to customer support for more information.

Masthead credit: Sharaf Maksumov

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