Hacker Steals Customer Payment Info in EatStreet Data Breach
On May 3, a threat actor gained unauthorized access to the payment card information of an unknown number of customers of Eatstreet, a popular online food ordering service. The company discovered the incident on May 17 and swiftly locked the hacker out of their database.
For customers who have used the Eatstreet app to order food, the attacker could have obtained names, credit card data (including card numbers, expiration dates and card verification codes), addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers. In addition, the hacker may have accessed customer information for some of the firm’s delivery and restaurant partners, including names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and bank account numbers. Eatstreet has informed affected customers and third-parties of the data breach.