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Uber has suffered a data breach that has allowed a hacker to gain access to vulnerability reports and internal systems. The hacker sent screenshots of email, cloud storage, and code repositories to cybersecurity researchers and The New York Times, indicating that they have full access to many critical Uber IT systems, including the company’s software and Windows domain. The threat actor gained access to the company’s internal systems using stolen credentials. Uber is currently working with law enforcement to respond to the incident. Cyber experts shared their insights on the attack, many citing that VPN and MFA-based attacks are becoming all too common.
External Link: Experts: Uber-Style Cyber Attack Will Happen to Others