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DoorDash has specifically contacted users affected by the infringement that affected 4.9 million customers, traders and Dashers

DoorDash Announces Vulnerability Affecting 4.9 Million Customers, Traders, and Delivery Providers That Financial Information, Encrypted Passwords, and Driver's Licenses Have Been Hacked

  • 4.9 million customers, traders and Dashers were affected by the infringement
  • The company said an unauthorized third party had access to DoorDash user data on May 4, 2019
  • Those affected by the infringement are users who joined the service before April 5, 2018
  • DoorDash has specifically contacted users affected by the infringement. Profile information was obtained during the infringement
  • Included in the information: names, e-mail addresses, delivery addresses, order history, phone numbers and secure passwords
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DoorDash announced on Thursday that an unauthorized security breach has affected 4.9 million customers, traders and Dashers using the platform.

The company said an unauthorized third party had access to DoorDash user data on May 4, 2019.

& # 39; We have taken immediate steps to block further access by the unauthorized third party and to improve security on our platform, & # 39; ByDash stated in the blog release.

Those affected by the infringement are users who joined the service before April 5, 2018. DoorDash has specifically contacted users affected by the infringement.

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DoorDash has specifically contacted users affected by the infringement that affected 4.9 million customers, traders and Dashers

DoorDash has specifically contacted users affected by the infringement that affected 4.9 million customers, traders and Dashers

Profile information was obtained in the infringement. Included in the information: names, e-mail addresses, delivery addresses, order history, phone numbers, and secure passwords.

Some consumers had access to the last four digits of their consumer payment cards during the infringement. However, complete credit card information was not obtained with the violation.

The information that has been accessed cannot be used to charge fraudulent fees, DoorDash claimed in the release.

Some Dashers and sellers also had access to their last four digits from their bank account number. Full account information has not been obtained.

The company said that an unauthorized third party opened the DoorDash access data on May 4, 2019 (inventory)

The company said that an unauthorized third party opened the DoorDash access data on May 4, 2019 (inventory)

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The company said that an unauthorized third party opened the DoorDash access data on May 4, 2019 (inventory)

DoorDash shared that around 100,000 Dashers also had access to their driving license numbers in the infringement.

& # 39; We have taken a number of additional steps to further secure your data, including adding additional protective layers of security around the data, improving security protocols that control access to our systems, and engaging external expertise to enhance our ability to address threats identify and ward off. , & # 39; DoorDash added in their release.

The company apologized for the infringement and added that it appreciated its relationship with users.

& # 39; We deeply regret the frustration and inconvenience this may cause you & # 39 ;, the release said. & # 39; Every member of the DoorDash community is important to us and we want to assure you that we value your security and privacy. & # 39;

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