Twitch Says 'Server Configuration Change' Led To Massive Data Leak
Twitch says its investigation is ongoing, but there is no evidence that user credentials were breached. The company added that there was no evidence that access data, including passwords, had been disclosed. Investigations are ongoing, but Twitch said there is currently "no evidence" that any login credentials were leaked.
This information made them vulnerable to future attacks and allowed potential hackers to investigate vulnerabilities. This information made Twitch vulnerable to future attacks and allowed a potential hacker to investigate vulnerabilities. This information made Twitch vulnerable to future attacks and allowed potential hackers to look for vulnerabilities.
The leak reveals millions of dollars in payments to streamers such as XQC, Nickmercs and Shroud. The leak shows that creators are paying millions to streaming providers such as xQC and shroud. The leaked data shows that creators are paid millions for streaming services such as streamers such as XQc, Nickmers and Nintendo.
An anonymous Twitch source confirmed to the Video Game Chronicle that the leaked data, including the Twitch source code, was legal. The streaming site owned by Amazon added that Twitch had no evidence that access data, including passwords, had been disclosed.
The leaky 12.5 gigabyte file contained a large range of Twitch data including source code for an as yet unannounced project for a digital video game store similar to Steam and financial records of Twitch streamers. According to VGC, a massive leak on the streaming platform Twitch leaked some 125GB of information, and the data were leaked to encourage further disruption and competition in the online video streaming sector.