Hijacked Uber accounts are selling cheaper than Frosty Fruits

ABC Brisbane reporter Josh Bavas learned his account had been hijacked when Uber notification emails started arriving: his account had been accessed by someone in Los Angeles, and another in Moscow. “It’s called credential stuffing,” says Troy Hunt, a Gold Coast-based Microsoft security researcher who spoke with Hackfrom Amsterdam. READ MORE HERE

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