What happened? Twitch has responded to yesterday's massive leak that shows the service's source code, revenue from popular streaming devices and more. Amazon described the incident as a "malicious third party" and confirmed it was caused by an error in changing the server configuration.
4Chan user posted a 125GB torrent link early Tuesday, saying that it "creates more turmoil and competition in the online video streaming space" because their "community is good" is disgusting toxic. It also includes the hashtag #DoBetterTwitch, which has been used by female and minority broadcasters who have been subjected to hateful attacks filled with bots, prompting a group of broadcasters to demand a 24-hour ban on the service. The leak, which is said to be "Part One," includes source code and Twitch services, 2019 Commentary, Customers, Custom AWS SDKs and Internal Services, "Red Team" in-house tools, VR Chat, and an unreleased Steam Rival game, codenamed Vapor, from Amazon Game Studio.
Famous player Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragosa earned $1.3 million from Twitch between August 2019 and October 2021
Twitch has now been involved in the crash. "We have noticed that some data has been exposed to the Internet due to a bug in the Internet," the company said in a statement. Twitch server configuration, which was subsequently accessed by a malicious third party. Our teams are investigating this immediately.” Statement “They are an accident.” You can read it in full below.
There have been reports that the leak contained encrypted passwords, and some users are recommending that they change their login while configured authentication is active Two-step operation and broadcast switches Reset Twitch says there are no indications of revealing login credentials Plus, credit card numbers are completely safe because they are not stored on Twitch. Don't worry, I'm holding out- TommyInnit (tommyinnit) October 6, 2021
Part of this leak has revealed millions of dollars in revenue from top players on Twitch. Famous Canadian gamer Felix Langel, better known as xQcOW, made nearly $8.5 million between August 2019 and October 2021 — and that's just from Twitch. This does not include financial support.
But some on the high-income list are wondering why people seem so surprised by their income. Alana Pierce wrote: “The strangest thing about people who are shocked to find out how much they get from Twitch players is what they get. is that this information has always been publicly available.
Full Statement Twitch:
We have learned that some data has been exposed to the Internet due to a Twitch server configuration error, which was subsequently accessed by a malicious third party. Investigations are underway. p>
As research is ongoing, we are still in the process of understanding the details of its impact. We realize that this situation raises concerns and we want to let's take a look at some of them as we continue our research. p>
At this time, we have no indication of the login information being disclosed. We will continue our search.
Additionally, the full credit card number is not stored by Twitch, so the full credit card number will not be revealed. p>
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