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Twitch.tv data leak


cybershafarat said:

More than 120 GB of Twitch website data has been published online (source code, encrypted passwords, payments, etc.)

Twitch leaked data includes the following:

Total Twitch source code
Creator payment reports from 2019
Mobile, desktop and Twitch client consoles
Dedicated SDK services and built-in AWS services used by Twitch.
Any other assets owned by Twitch, including IGDB and CurseForge
Redtem tools used to improve security

> Entirety of twitch.tv, with commit history going back to its early beginnings
> Mobile, desktop and video game console Twitch clients
> An unreleased Steam competitor from Amazon Game Studios
> Twitch SOC internal red teaming tools
> Various proprietary SDKs and internal AWS services used by Twitch
> Every other property that Twitch owns including IGDB and CurseForge
> Creator payout reports from 2019 until now. Find out how much your favorite streamer is really making!

Friends who use this platform, be sure to activate their password and two-step verification!

Torrent (128GB): magnet:?xt=urn:btih:N5BLZ6XECNEHHARHJOVQAS4W7TWRXCSI

>When licking a microphone nets you <$100K monthly


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That's it? I thought the simp game paid more than that.
It depends, are you streaming on your hot tub in a bikini? Aesthetics matter lads, we wanna see the jiggly bits if you want to get more cash. That or you can be that aberration of nature that is Asmongold, at this point anything he does makes money.


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> An unreleased Steam competitor from Amazon Game Studios
Oh joy, another one.

That's it? I thought the simp game paid more than that.
Ah, you're forgetting their OnlyFans, there's your problem.

Maybe the funniset hing about this is this
A company source told VGC that the leaked data was legitimate; which includes Twitch’s source code, and reportedly the following:
  • >Twitch internal “red teaming” tools. This has staff pretend to be hackers to improve security
Clearly they weren't good enough.