Bethesda’s support site leaked people’s real names and addresses

Matt Cox reports:

In a security breach last night (now resolved), Bethesda’s support site revealed the personal information of customers who’d submitted support tickets. The details – which included people’s names, addresses and phone numbers – mostly belonged to Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition buyers, who were after a replacement canvas bag for the nylon one that was actually included.

What a mess.

If you submitted a support ticket last night, there’s a chance you’d be given full access to other people’s tickets.

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