(Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc.-owned Twitch said on Friday that last week's data breach on the e-sports platform for live streaming contained documents from the source code.
Passwords, login details, full credit card numbers and bank information about users were not accessible or revealed at the time of the intrusion, Twitch said in a statement.
The platform, used by video players to interact with users while livestreaming content, had blamed the intrusion on a server configuration error.
Server configuration changes are performed during server maintenance. An incorrect configuration can expose data stored on the servers to unauthorized access.
Twitch said it was "certain" that the incident only affected a small number of users and that it contacted those who had been directly affected. The platform has more than 30 million average daily visitors.
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