[SecurityWeek] Twitch Says Hack Impacted ‘Small Fraction of Users’

Amazon-owned live streaming service Twitch on Friday shared another update on the recent data breach. The company says it’s confident that only a “small fraction of users” are affected and that customer impact is minimal.

The company said the breach was a result of a server configuration change that allowed the hackers to gain access to its systems.

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