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Twitch says no passwords were leaked in security breach – Engadget
No passwords were exposed in the livestreaming service’s recent , according to the company. In on the incident, Twitch said it’s confident systems that store hashed login credentials weren’t accessed, nor were ACH/banking details. Twitch previously noted it doesn’t store full credit card numbers.
After reviewing information in the exposed files, Twitch says the breach “only affected a small fraction of users and the customer impact is minimal.” The leaked information mostly contained source code repository documents and a subset of payout details for streamers.
Twitch that someone was able to gain access to its servers due to a configuration change error. It fixed the issue and took measures to shore up its systems. “We take our responsibility to protect your data very seriously,” Twitch wrote. “We have taken steps to further secure our service, and we apologize to our community.”
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This Minecraft-inspired gaming chair is a collaboration between Secretlab and Mojang Studios – Windows Central
With Minecraft Live 2021 happening today, the internet will be flooded with an influx of Minecraft news and announcements. As part of the event, gaming chair company Secretlab has announced a brand-new collaboration with none other than Mojang Studios. That’s right, the TITAN Evo 2022 chair from Secretlab is gaining a brand-new special edition flavor, this time modeled after one of Minecraft’s most infamous and legendary mobs: the Creeper.
Available in three different sizes, the Minecraft Edition of Secretlab’s latest gaming chairs is the first special edition from the company to be wrapped in its signature SoftWeave Plus fabric. This unique fabric promises to offer excellent comfort and durability in one package, and has apparently been requested by the community in a special edition chair for ages. Beyond the choice of fabric, this chair includes everything that makes the TITAN Evo 2022 platform special, but themed to look like a Minecraft Creeper.
Alongside the Creeper face proudly embossed on the front, the chair also features a unique pixellated texture along the sides and a handful of Minecraft logos that appear alongside the expected Secretlab logo. It certainly looks the part, and Secratlab’s reputation as some of the best gaming chairs around hopefully means this chair will be worthy of the price tag.
The Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 Minecraft Edition chair is now available to check out on Secretlab’s site. Be sure to tune into Windows Central for the rest of our Minecraft Live 2021 coverage, as we’re keeping track everything being announced.
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Warner Bros. reveals first story trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – MobileSyrup
Warner Bros. has released the first story trailer for its Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League game at the virtual DC FanDome event.
Developed by Rocksteady, the studio behind the Batman: Arkham trilogy, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League follows the titular team of supervillains as it’s assigned to, as the title suggests, take out the Brainiac-controlled Justice League.
The game was first revealed in a cinematic trailer at last year’s DC FanDome with a 2022 release window, although no gameplay was revealed. The new trailer similarly doesn’t feature gameplay, so it’s unclear exactly how it will play. Rocksteady has previously confirmed it will support one to four players via co-op.
That said, we did get three minutes of in-game footage in the new “Ticking” trailer. In the footage, we see more of Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang and King Shark from the first trailer, as well as first looks at Amanda Waller, the Suicide Squad’s boss, as well as Justice League members like The Flash, Superman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman.
Interestingly, we only get a look at the Batmobile instead of Batman himself, which is especially notable considering Kill the Justice League is set in the Batman: Arkham universe. It’s unclear what role Batman may play or whether he’ll be voiced by veteran actor Kevin Conroy as he was in the Arkham trilogy.
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will launch on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC sometime in 2022.
Additionally, Canada’s own WB Games Montreal offered a new five-minute look at its Gotham Knights game at DC FanDome — read more on that here.
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