Razer wasn’t immediately available for comment, but did provide an update in Diachenko’s report. Razer told Diachenko that credit card information and passwords were not disclosed. The leak was repaired on September 9th.
“We would like to thank you, sincerely apologize for the mistake and have taken all necessary steps to correct the problem as well as a thorough review of our IT security and systems,” said Razer in the statement to Diachenko. “We continue to strive to ensure the digital security of all of our customers.”