Sometimes a basic data breach is just the first step in a larger campaign.
That appears to be the case with the gaming subscription site Humble Bundle, which began informing its customers of a data breach that may have exposed a person’s subscription status, Malwarebytes reported. While on the outside this appears to be a basic attack, Malwareybytes’ researcher Christopher Boyd thinks there could be more behind it.
“More specifically, they might know if your subscription is active, inactive, or paused; when your plan expires; and if you’ve received any referral bonus,” Humble Bundle’s customer email stated, adding no payment card, billing addresses and password were not exposed.
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