Razer’s customer data was recently a victim of an accidental leak last week. Based on the findings of security researcher Volodymyr Diachenko, the leak exposed details and data of thousands of users, including their full name, email, phone number, billing, shipping addresses, and other internal specifics.
The data leak was part of a large log chunk that was stored within a company’s Elasticsearch cluster and was reportedly “misconfigured” for public access back in August this year. As for the number of infected, Diachenko estimates that approximately 100000 Razer customers would have been affected by the leak.
The good news is that Razer already plugged the leak earlier this month, after Diachenko notified it of the issue three weeks prior. On that note, Razer also said that despite the leak, no sensitive data like credit card numbers or passwords were exposed.