Uber Blames Hack on Crook Linked to Notorious ‘Lapsus$’ Group

Ridesharing giant Uber recently announced that its systems had been infiltrated by a hacker, now the company is claiming that the hacker is affiliated with the Lapsus$ hacking group that made headlines last year after hacking companies including Microsoft and Nvidia.

The Verge reports that Uber claims that a hacker associated with the Lapsus$ hacking group is behind the recent breach of its internal systems. The hack was discovered last Thursday and forced Uber to take multiple internal systems offline including Slack, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 22: The Uber logo is displayed on a car on March 22, 2019 in San Francisco, California. Uber Technologies Inc. announced that it has selected the New York Stock Exchange for its much anticipated initial public offering that could be one of the top five IPOs in history. The listing could value the ride sharing company at over $120 billion. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty…

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