Convulsions have Released an update in a Large-scale hacking It seems that the source code, streamer payment data and other information have been exposed. It stated that the data was exposed on the Internet “due to an error in the configuration change of the Twitch server and subsequently accessed by a malicious third party.” It added that its team is “urgently” investigating the attack.
The Amazon-owned streaming site added that it “has no indication” that any login credentials (including passwords) have been compromised. The company said: “In addition, Twitch does not store the complete credit card number, so the complete credit card number is not exposed.”
Yesterday, the attackers claimed that they had stolen “all of Twitch.tv”, including the mobile, desktop, and console Twitch clients of the site. It also accessed proprietary SDK and internal AWS services, red team tools, etc. All this information may allow potential hackers to detect weaknesses, thereby making Twitch vulnerable to future attacks.
The leak also revealed that creators paid millions of dollars for streaming media such as xQc, Nickmercs, and Shroud. Some people have confirmed that these figures are accurate.
Twitch said the investigation is ongoing. The company wrote: “We are still in the process of understanding the impact in detail.”
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