It looks like the entire Twitch.tv site has been hacked, so if you have an account there, you should probably at least change your password.
A Sinoc developer shared after an anonymous hacker posted a link to download a huge amount of data.
Although passwords are encrypted, it is still a good idea to change them as a precaution. It's also a good idea to reset your Streaming Key and make sure that two-factor authentication is enabled.
Some streamers whose payouts have been made public have confirmed them to be correct. A source at the company, according to Video Games Chronicle, also confirmed the authenticity of the security breach.
Ironically, the leaked data is said to include internal penetration testing tools.
- Twitch's entire source code with comment history "from the beginning of its existence."
- 2019 content creator payout reports
- Twitch mobile, desktop and console clients
- AWS proprietary SDK and internal services used by Twitch.
- "Any other property Twitch owns" including IGDB and CurseForge
- Unreleased Steam competitor codenamed Vapor by Amazon Game Studios
- Twitch's internal "red team" tools (designed to improve security when employees impersonate hackers)
Source: @Sinoc229, 9to5mac