Uber sees employee data leaked following cyberattack


A hacking forum has four new topics purporting to contain newly leaked corporate data from Uber and Uber Eats.

The company has confirmed a breach, revealing to BleepingComputer (opens in new tab) that data, including source code for mobile device management platforms (MDMs), IT asset management reports, data destruction reports, Windows Active Directory information, e-mail addresses, and “other corporate information” was stolen via a breach (opens in new tab) to an Amazon Web Services (AWS) server belonging to asset management and tracking service company Teqtivity.



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