Data Breach Alert: 4.9 Million People’s DoorDash Data Accessed by a Third-Party

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DoorDash, a food delivery service, has announced that 4.9 million customers, delivery people, and restaurants may have had their data accessed in a recent breach. Names, emails, delivery addresses, phone numbers, and driver’s license numbers were accessed. In some cases, the last four digits of payment cards and bank account numbers were also compromised. The company said users who joined after April 5, 2018 are not affected.

What This Means

When a site is breached, your personal information can be accessed by hackers and can be made publicly available on the internet. Any information of a person has a chance to be exposed, no matter how secure the site can be.

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