security1Thousands of user credentials of the taxi application were reported listed and sold on the dark web for as low as $1. However, an Uber spokesperson denied the reliability of the report and stated that no evidence of a security breach was found after their investigation. On the other hand, Motherboard verified on their site that some of the user credentials stolen were valid. The stolen data included customer names, passwords, usernames, telephone numbers, and credit card numbers of Uber users. And after many criticism from its users about their online security practices, Uber has made their policy even stricter, especially when it comes to unauthorized access of information.

Source: The Guardian