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Cyble discovers UberEats data leak on the dark web

Monday 10 August 2020 14:04 CET | News

Security researchers from Cyble, a threat intelligence company, have discovered user records of the online food ordering and delivery platform UberEats on the dark web.

Security Affairs suggests that during the process of dark web and deep web monitoring, the Cyble Research Team came across a threat actor who leaked user records of UberEats. The researchers were able to analyse some files leaked by the threat actors containing UberEats delivery drivers, delivery partners, and customers.

As such, the experts analysed 9 TXT files leaked by the threat actor. The leaked files also include login credentials of 579 UberEats customers and details of 100 delivery drivers. Exposed records include information such as login credentials, full name, contact number, trip details, bank card details, account creation date.


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Keywords: UberEats, data leak, dark web, bank card details, account creation, login credentials, scammers, fraud
Categories: Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
Countries: World
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Securing Transactions