The Spanish platform Glovo, dealing with the delivery of food and groceries, fell victim to a cybercriminal. The company assured that the hacker did not gain access to credit card data.
Glovo reported that the hacker gained access to the system on April 29 via the old admin panel, but was kicked from the platform as soon as an intrusion was detected.
“We can confirm that customer card details have not been accessed because Glovo does not record or store such information,” Glovo said in a statement quoted by the Reuters Agency.
Forbes previously reported, citing online security company Hold Security, that the hacker was selling login credentials for Glovo-related customer and courier accounts.
Glovo operates in 20 countries and has approx. 10 million users worldwide.
The company also operates in Poland. On the domestic market, it cooperates in, among others with Biedronka, Auchan, Carrefour Express and Żabka.
The platform, which was established in 2015, is currently valued at over PLN 1 billion.
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