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Security researcher Volodymyr Diachenko discovered that the Razer website disclosed the personal information of over 100,000 gamers on August 18 due to a server configuration error
Although it does not contain credit card payment information, the screenshot reveals that the company’s automated store order documents have been inadvertently revealed, including personal details such as the consumer’s identity, mailing address, purchased merchandise sort and telephone number.
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Within three weeks, after finding the problem online, Volodymyr Diachenko contacted RAZER several times and eventually obtained a response.The game hardware manufacturer acknowledged , that the system had a programming flaw and that sensitive information about the user may have been leaked, including full name of the customer, phone number and address of distribution