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Again stolen Uber data landed on the dark web
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Transport service provider and food supplier Uber has had to admit a loss of data again, even if the data is said to have come from a third-party provider. The hacker “UberLeaks” claims to have stolen the data from Uber and Uber Eats. According to the portal bleepingcomputer, Uber has suffered a new data breach. Data and e-mail addresses of employees, company reports and IT asset information are said to have appeared on the Internet. According to Uber, however, the data was stolen from a third-party provider. Hacker 'UberLeaks' Announces Data The 'UberLeaks' account has announced on a hacking forum known for posting data breaches data...

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Lapsus$ attacks: First Uber then Rockstar Games
Lapsus$ attacks: First Uber then Rockstar Games

After the ride-hailing service Uber, Rockstar Games has now also fallen victim to a hacker attack. Like the Uber attack, this attack can also be assigned to the Lapsus$ ransomware group. Sophos specialists comment on the new attack. The video game manufacturer Rockstar Games recently confirmed a cyber attack in which, among other things, 3 GB of video material from the upcoming blockbuster game "Grand Theft Auto VI" was stolen. While further details have yet to be awaited, the attacker claims to represent the same group that breached Uber's internal systems late last week; meanwhile Uber writes…

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Lapsus$ is probably behind Uber-Hack
Lapsus$ is probably behind Uber-Hack

A few days ago, there was news that Uber was the victim of a major hack. There are even suspicions that the attackers have captured a vulnerability list from a bug bounty program. Uber, the travel service provider, has now confirmed that the attacker is the Lapsus$ group. Much was still unclear in the first report on the Uber hack. According to the driving service provider Uber, the processes can now be described and precisely defined which data was stolen. Here's what happened, according to Uber: “An Uber EXT contractor's account was compromised by an attacker using malware and their credentials were stolen. It…

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Uber hacked: access to internal systems and vulnerability reports stolen
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Transportation service provider Uber suffered a cyberattack in which a suspected 18-year-old hacker downloaded vulnerability reports from HackerOne and shared screenshots of the company's internal systems, email dashboard and Slack server. The screenshots shared by the hacker appear to show full access to many of Uber's critical IT systems, including the company's security software and Windows domain. Uber attacker had full access The attacker also hacked the Uber Slack server, which he used to send messages to employees saying the company was hacked. However, screenshots from Uber's Slack show…

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