ESA Addresses Newly-Discovered E3 Website Security Flaw

Prime Benefit Spotlight: Free games and in-game content Yesterday, a vulnerability in the E3 website was publicly detailed by a third party. The ESA, however, says that it was been aware of the issue and has taken immediate action to avoid any confusion. Back in 2019, a vulnerability in the E3 website resulted in the personal information of more than 2,000 members of the media being leaked to the public. The Electronic Software Association — the organization that runs E3 — was condemned for the security vulnerability and the organization pledged to…

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