Tester, a former driver at Porsche, was one of the first people to get a Boost leak.
He says the leak is just the beginning, but he doesn’t think it will be as bad as some believe.
“I think it’s more of a warning to Porsche,” Tester said.
“We’ll see what happens.
I think people are really excited about the technology, but we’re all still waiting to see what the outcome is.”
The Porsche Group is the world’s biggest automaker.
Its cars are more powerful than those of any other manufacturer.
The company has long had a reputation for high-tech engineering, but the company’s recent history has been rocky.
Its flagship car, the 911, was forced to retire due to air bags that cracked under the pressure of high-speed crashes.
Its sporty Cayenne, which debuted in the mid-2000s, suffered from reliability issues and a crash rate that exceeded 60% in 2013.
The Porsche brand is also being targeted by hackers who have gained access to the company and used it as a platform for malicious software, the BBC reports.
But that hasn’t stopped the company from offering free upgrades to its customers.
Porsche has said that customers who have paid for a boost have had their data encrypted.