5 things you should do if you suspect you were affected by the DoorDash data breach
Megan Leonhardt, 27 September 2019
DoorDash, a popular food delivery app, announced Thursday that hackers accessed the company’s data system and stole the personal information of approximately 4.9 million customers, restaurants and delivery workers — including driver’s license numbers, partial bank and credit card information, as well as names and addresses.
Specifically, DoorDash said in a blog post that customers who signed up for the delivery app before April 5, 2018, potentially had a slew of personal details compromised such as names, email addresses, phone numbers and order histories, as well as the last four digits of debit and credit cards. Full credit card information was not accessed.
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Food delivery service DoorDash announces data breach affecting 4.9 million people
William Turton, 27 September 2019
The food-delivery service DoorDash Inc. announced Thursday that a security breach exposed the personal data of about 4.9 million customers, merchants, and delivery workers.
The information that was accessed could include driver’s license numbers of approximately 100,000 of its delivery workers, the San Francisco-based company said in a statement. Other data accessed may include “names, email addresses, delivery addresses, order history, phone numbers,” the company said.
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How to Check if You’re Affected by the DoorDash Hack That Leaked the Data of 4.9 Million Users
AARON HOLMES, 27 September 2019
Delivery service DoorDash suffered a data breach earlier this year that affected the information of 4.9 million users, delivery workers, and restaurants, DoorDash announced Thursday afternoon.
The breach occurred on May 4, and affects people who started using the app before April 5, 2018.
As a result of the breach, an unauthorized third party was able to gain access to users’ profile information, including names, email addresses, delivery addresses, order history, and phone numbers.
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DoorDash customers say their accounts have been hacked
Zack Whittaker, 26 September 2018
Food delivery startup DoorDash has received dozens of complaints from customers who say their accounts have been hacked.
Dozens of people have tweeted at @DoorDash with complaints that their accounts had been improperly accessed and had fraudulent food deliveries charged to their account. In many cases, the hackers changed their email addresses so that the user could not regain access to their account until they contacted customer services. Yet, many said that they never got a response from DoorDash, or if they did, there was no resolution.
Several Reddit threads also point to similar complaints.
DoorDash is now a $4 billion company after raising $250 million last month, and serves more than 1,000 cities across the U.S. and Canada.
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