Thank you for your continued support. On May 24th, we were made aware of a possible breach into our Gaming PC database but were unaware of the extent of the breach. At first it would appear that it was simply usage log data as well as changes to the timeout period on some Gaming Accounts and nothing else. We took down the panel(s) and began looking at code to rectify the issue and figure out how they were able to gain access to that information.
Earlier today May 26th 2020, it became clear that additional data such as your Gaming PC's ID, Gaming PC's IP, Email, and the Gaming PC's User/Pass were also compromised.
IMPORANT : Address information, PayPal data, as well as Credit card information was not affected. In some Gaming PC's, the last 4 digits is referenced only for user convenience but full card details are kept on a closed network away from internet accessibility.
What is next?
We are starting off by changing your Username and Password to ensure nobody can get into your Gaming PC with any of the previous info. That said, it is highly recommended that you factory reset your Gaming PC via the panel in case someone got in and dropped something into your system. As unlikely as this may be, it is a good precaution to take and highly recommended.
We apologize for the inconvenience and we hope that this will help us move forward stronger than before. Over the next few days, we will be working on many parts of the code and the systems maybe online / offline for short or long periods as we ensure this does not happen again. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us.
Maximum Settings Inc.