Twitch confirms a major leak and makes the first Statement

Twitch, the world’s most popular live broadcasting platform, confirmed and issued the first statement on the major leak that surfaced on the agenda today.

Twitch, Amazon’s live-streaming platform, made headlines this morning when it was revealed that it had been hacked via a tweet.

The service, which stated on the subject not long ago, stated that the data was stolen by breaking into the servers, albeit late, and that the size of the process is still being investigated. The company also stated that it will make additional statements as new information becomes available. For the time being, no additional details or security warnings have been provided.

Here’s some more information about the Twitch leak:

There are encrypted passwords among the leaked data, according to reports, so everyone should change their Twitch password right away, just in case. The service code-named Vapor, which was developed by the company as a competitor to Steam, has also been revealed as a result of the leak.

Furthermore, according to the most recent information, the leaks do not contain any personal information such as addresses, e-mail addresses, or credit card numbers. Payment information, for example, was still exposed.

The leak, for example, revealed the revenues of publishers in Turkey and around the world from 2019 to 2021. If these figures are correct, the revenue potential is enormous.

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