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Over 100,000 customers could be affected by Razer data leak

Over 100,000 customers could be affected by Razer data leak

The company recently misconfigured one of its Elasticsearch servers, leaving the sensitive customer information stored on it accessible to the public since August 18th. If a malicious group or individual accessed the information, they could use the included emails to carry out phishing attempts.

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Mocking Moniker
Mocking Moniker 3 months

This hardware company requires an online account just to change settings. Then, the information is compromised. I hope they file for bankruptcy.

Francisco d'Anconia
Francisco d'Anconia 3 months

They're still using Amazon Web Services (AWS) aren't they? I've lost count as to how many tech companies using AWS have left their area unsecured on the web letting "Joe Anyhacker" an easy way to access customer information.

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