Uber got hacked again, and 77,000 employee records leaked


Uber suffered a data breach after Teqtivity, a software company that provides asset management and tracking service for Uber, was targeted in a cyber attack.  The leaked information includes “source code, IT asset management reports, data destruction reports, Windows domain login names and email addresses and other corporate information” as well as the “email addresses and Windows Active Directory information for over 77,000 Uber employees”.

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