Personal data of possibly about 100,000 customers of hardware company Razer are on the street. That is what data security expert Volodymyr Diachenko writes LinkedIn.
The leak was closed on September 9, Razer wrote in a statement.
The information was on an unsecured database that could be found with search engines. This includes names, addresses and phone numbers of customers who made purchases from Razer. There was no payment information in the database.
The number of victims is an estimate based on the amount of emails in the file, Diachenko writes. Victims can email Razer if they have any questions about the incident.