Razer went full evil back in about 2013 or so
I used to swear by Razer mice - and in terms of the hardware, I still do; I think they're amazing to hold and use.
Then back in something like 2013 or so, Razer jumped the shark.
The mouse driver, which should just be a driver, became spyware. You needed an *account on the Razer web-site* to use your mouse, the driver spawned an always-on user-mode app with it's icon in the taskbar which you had to have it or you couldn't configure the mouse away from its default settings for DPI and so on, and I recall you had to be on-line or you couldn't log into the app. It also became a living nightmare to install - downloads from the mothership, hundreds of megabytes, install failures which I put down to a complex app being used in the real world, the full evil.
I bailed at that point.
This latest outcome where their complex spyware, which blackmails the user into installation by their purchase of the mouse, has security issue, is the least surprising event this year.