Uber found no evidence of the theft of confidential user data during a break-in

Uber found no evidence of the theft of confidential user data during a break-in

Cybersecurity specialists in Uber have not been able to find evidence that during the recent hacking of systems, an unknown intruder has access to confidential user data, including travel history, on the company's website.

The company reported that, to date, all the services had returned to normal mode, and that the service software that had been disabled after a break-in had been discovered had been restored. The alleged perpetrator and the nature of the Uber incident itself had not been told anything new. However, the BleepingComputer ' s resource claimed that its journalists had seen a video clip published by a hacker, allegedly confirming that the hacker had gained access to the IT infrastructure of Uber: the Amazon Web Services consoles, the Google Workspace tool panel, and virtual machines.

The client confidentiality is probably not affected by Engadget, but there are concerns that the hacker may have accessed the original service code or sold vulnerability data to other cybercriminals who may have attempted to launch their own attacks.