back to article Unlimited stolen Uber accounts flogged for $5

Fraudsters are flogging an 'unlimited' number of stolen Uber accounts containing personal details and limited credit card data for less than $5. The accounts are being flogged on Tor hidden service AlphaBay and have forced the taxi company to investigate a possible breach. Credit cards in the stolen accounts thankfully only …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    so

    Will Uber care enough to investigate and fix the problem?

  2. Harry the Bastard
    Childcatcher

    no evidence of a breach

    that'll be no evidence other than the sale of what seem to be customer details

    well, that's alright then

    1. Ian Michael Gumby Silver badge

      Re: no evidence of a breach

      The evidence will be when the accounts are flagged as having fraud on the account and when you have enough accounts, you can figure out the source of the breach.

      And by you, its the credit card companies since they will be able to do a simple k-means algo to find the culprit.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    we're not fraudsters

    We're just middlemen!

    Sincerely,

    Anonymous Coward

  4. Robert Helpmann?? Silver badge
    Childcatcher

    Alternatively

    Someone might be trying to undermine Uber, in as much as they don't already accomplish this themselves.

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