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Uber blames hacking group Lapsus$ for data breach

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Uber believes the hacker behind last week's breach is affiliated with the Lapsus$ extortion group. The company added that the attacker used the stolen credentials of an Uber EXT contractor in an MFA fatigue attack. The intrusion resulted in some confidential information being accessed and exfiltrated.
Published 5 months ago · New York, United States

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