100,000 Razer users’ data leaked due to misconfigured Elasticsearch | No need to breach any systems when the vendor gives the data away for free.

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I think I’d rather them just have my credit card number, that’s a fairly short term and easily fixable problem.

mr_bots

Shit like this is why I want to be able to change the DPI on my mouse without logging in to their software.

ijordison

They’re gonna have to start requiring licenses before you get to write code that interacts with PII. Or manage infrastructure where it is stored. Seriously, we can’t keep trusting incompetent people to do it. I wouldn’t trust some guy who watched a couple tutorials to rewire my house, why should I trust them to handle my bank details?

Johnothy_Cumquat

This is one of many reasons why I’m so against having to make an account for every little thing. Want to configure your mouse that requires zero internet connectivity to work? Fuck you sign up for an account

Leiryn

Is there a way to see if you were affected?

flashmanMRP