The Uber Hack’s Devastation Is Just Starting to Reveal Itself

The company temporarily took down access on Thursday evening to Slack and some other internal services, according to The New York Times, which first reported the breach. In a midday update on Friday, the company said that “internal software tools that we took down as a precaution yesterday are coming back online.” Invoking time-honored breach notification language, Uber also said on Friday that it has “no evidence that the incident involved access to sensitive user data (like trip history).” Screenshots leaked by the attacker, though, indicate that Uber’s systems may have been deeply and thoroughly compromised and that anything the attacker didn’t access may have been the result of limited time rather than limited opportunity.

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