New hack to Glovo: more than five million customer and delivery data are leaked

New hack to Glovo: more than five million customer and delivery data are leaked

A new leak seems to reveal the personal data of five million customers as well as 37,000 couriers from the Glovo company. Spain is the country in the world that suffers the most data theft through cybercrime. After the Russian cyberattack suffered by the CSIC this week, what appears to be another massive hack is now coming to light.

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On the Dark Web, the most hidden internet, a huge database has been put up for sale that contains sensitive information about the employees of this delivery company. The name, email and even bank details of customers, Employees and delivery people appear in the leak, along with more than 3,000 McDonald’s incident reports.

The middle Daily Dark Web informs on your Twitter account of this disclosure of personal data. It is not yet known how the leak that appeared in a well-known illegal market website. In EL ESPAÑOL- Omicrono we have contacted Glovo to find out the details of the event; We will update with more details.

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It is not the first time that the company has been affected by a cyberattack of these characteristics. In May 2021 customer data was exposed, on a 480 GB basis.

explain from elhacker.net that the database is for sale in Breach Forums, a forum created after the closure of Raid Forums. This last platform was considered one of the hacking forums largest in the world, but it has been closed since April of this year due to an operation between Europol and the United States.

The closure and seizure of their internet domains have not been able to prevent the use of another platform called Breach Forums to share this huge list of personal data. Putting it up for sale on the internet would mean new cyberattack campaigns against the people who appear in them.

The consequences

Database leaking is common in cybercrime, putting it up for sale serves the hacker community with new supplies to create future phishing campaigns, for example. Experts warn that sensitive data such as email, identity document, home address and bank details such as IBAN can be used to a wide range of hacks and thefts against those people who appear in the leak.

In cases like this, users are advised to exercise extreme caution with future emails, SMS, calls. In addition, it is possible to consult pages such as Have i been pwned? the data that is on the network about each one. It is what the National Institute of Cybersecurity defines as egosurfing, searching for information about oneself on the Internet to find out if your privacy is in danger.

Source: Elespanol

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