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Uber Blames Recent Breach On Lapsus$ Hacking Group

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Lapsus$ was responsible for the security breach that struck Uber last week, Uber stated in a Monday blog post. 

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In the last year, various tech giants have been attacked by the South American hacking group, including Okta, Samsung, and Microsoft. 

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Uber claimed it working closely with the FBI, US Justice Department and others on this matter.

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They did download internal messages and information from the internal finance team.

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They were also able to access Uber's dashboard. Uber stated that any bug reports that the attacker could access were remediated.

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The hacker group said to NewYork Times "they have accessed Uber's systems via a social engineering techniques". 

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Uber said on Monday that the hacker accessed Uber's corporate password using credentials obtained from a third-party contractor. 

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The company also stated that it is "likely" the hacker from Lapsus$ obtained the password to Uber's corporate account by purchasing it via the dark web.

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