Epic software is known for releasing enormous amounts of information into the public sphere.
But new research by security firm Imperva shows how the company may have leaked more than 1.3 billion documents on users’ personal data.
In a study released last month, Imperva researchers found the company had released about 5.3 terabytes of information on users in total.
This was a staggering amount of data.
It would have been enough to fill one full hard drive.
It’s almost certainly the biggest leak of user data in historyThe company is not the only one to leak data.
Google also released more than 3.6 terabytes worth of user information in 2016.
Apple has previously released data on its iCloud account, but never leaked such a large amount of information.