A data breach involving Masa, smash bro, and a number of other gaming companies has been discovered, exposing massive amounts of data.
The massive leak, which was uncovered by security researchers at security firm Kaspersky Lab, has exposed the identity of hundreds of millions of people, including millions of customers.
The data breach is said to have affected all major platforms and most popular online games.
Masa said it was investigating the breach, and has since started rolling out an update to address the issues.
A number of the companies that were impacted were able to roll back the data, but it is unclear how many customers are affected by the leak.
The breach was discovered by security researcher Kevin Beaulieu, who said that he received a tip from an anonymous source that Masa had breached a database that included names, addresses, phone numbers, and credit card numbers.
The source then used Kasperski Lab’s security scanner to see if the leaked data had been encrypted before publishing it.
The company had already released an update in June, which included the ability to encrypt data.
But Beaulie said that while Masa has patched a number to protect against this attack, it is still unclear how secure the company’s data is.
The software used to generate the data was also affected, according to Beauli.
Users of Masa’s popular online game Smash Bros. have been reporting that the game’s servers have been hit, with some saying they’ve been unable to log in.
A spokesperson for Masa told Motherboard that the company is aware of the issue and working to resolve it.
As of Friday afternoon, Masa was still working to fix the problem.
However, it was not clear how long the update would take to be rolled out.
This is just the latest in a string of data breaches that have hit online gaming.
Last month, a security researcher discovered that the social network Twitter had been hacked, and another that Twitter had received a massive amount of malicious emails.
A similar attack last month also impacted the social media platform LinkedIn.