Instant messaging and social media platform Discord is notifying users of a data breach that occurred after the account of a third-party support agent was compromised.

“Due to the nature of the incident, it is possible that your email address, the contents of customer service messages and any attachments sent between you and Discord may have been exposed to a third party,” Discord said in letters sent to affected users.

“As soon as Discord was made aware of the issue, we deactivated the compromised account and completed malware checks on the affected machine.”

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“While we believe the risk is limited, it is recommended that you be vigilant for any suspicious messages or activity, such as fraud or phishing attempts,” the company said.

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