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1.5 million gaming profiles leaked after site refuses hacker's $100,000 ransom

A hacker threatened to release user data from an esports community site unless they paid $100,000, but the league behind the site decided it doesn’t negotiate with hackers. It took 12 days after the initial threat on Dec. 27 came in, but the hacker finally leaked more than 1.5 million users’ records from the competitive gaming community, ESEA. (ESEA also works to offer reliable servers with extra cheat-prevention security for Counter-Strike and Team Fortress 2…

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1.5 million gaming profiles leaked after site refuses hacker's 0,000 ransom

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