User records of Uber Eats, an American online food ordering service, have been leaked by a threat actor on Dark Web. Cyble, a cybersecurity firm came across the data after its dark web and deep web monitoring.
The security researchers at Cyble revealed that a total of 9 TXT files were leaked by the perpetrator which contained valuable information about Uber Eats delivery drivers, delivery partners, and customer details.
The leaked files included login credentials of 579 customers. Whereas, sensitive information about 100 delivery drivers such as their full name, contact number, bank card details, login credentials, and account creation date was also posted.
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