[SecurityWeek] Twitch Struggles With Hackers and Hate Raid Bots

Twitch, Amazon’s popular live video streaming platform, on Thursday said hackers took advantage of a mistake in a server configuration tweak to steal data.

A massive trove of confidential Twitch data dumped on the internet included records showing top game play streamers took in millions of dollars during the past year.

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