Uber's recently-disclosed security breach is terrible news for the 57 million drivers and users caught up in the hack. The information stolen isn't terrible -- mostly, just names, email addresses, and phone numbers -- but Uber's response to the attach has been the problem.
Even though the hack happened in 2016, Uber still hasn't contacted the users whose data was stolen, and hackers are now taking advantage of that elementary mistake.
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Hackers are taking advantage of Uber’s security breach with this dangerous phishing email originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 24 Nov 2017 at 08:34:53 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.