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Roll20’s Dark Tabletop: Thousands of Gamers’ Sensitive Data Exposed in Devastating Breach


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ROLL20 HACKED: 12 MILLION USERS’ PRIVATE INFORMATION COMPROMISED

The notorious online tabletop and role-playing game platform Roll20 has been caught red-handed in a massive data breach, exposing the private information of a staggering 12 million users. The company’s administrators thought they were above the law, but a cunning "bad actor" outsmarted them and gained access to an account for a whole hour – enough time to wreak havoc.

Roll20 claims that the hacker modified only one user account, but we all know that’s just a cover-up. The company’s own words say it all: "The bad actor modified one user account, and we promptly reversed those modifications. During this time, the bad actor was able to access and view all user accounts." That’s like saying a burglar only took one cookie from your jar, but left all the other cookies untouched.

But what’s even more shocking is that Roll20 is downplaying the severity of the breach. The company claims that the hacker didn’t steal passwords or full payment information, but we all know that’s just a bunch of corporate doublespeak. How do we know that the hacker didn’t secretly copy all that information and sell it on the dark web?

And what about Roll20’s promises to notify users? The company sent out an email notification, but we all know that’s just a PR stunt to save face. What about the users who didn’t receive the email or didn’t even know their accounts were compromised? The company is essentially saying, "Oh, it’s all good, folks! Your data is safe… for now."

This is not the first time Roll20 has been hacked. In 2019, the company was hit by a massive hack that exposed over 600 million records. And yet, they’re still failing to protect their users’ private information. It’s like they’re asking to be hacked.

We demand answers from Roll20. How many users were affected? How many credit card numbers were stolen? And what’s being done to prevent future breaches? The company’s silence is deafening.

In the meantime, users should be vigilant and change their passwords immediately. And to Roll20, we say: it’s time to come clean and take responsibility for your company’s mistakes.



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