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What's behind Uber and GTA hacks.

Views expressed in this cybersecurity, cybercrime update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 22 September 2022, 1312 UTC.  Content supplied by email subscription to "Cybernews Newsletter."

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Here’s what Uber and GTA hacks have in common 

Lapsus$ gang seems to be behind both Uber and Rockstar Games breaches. Both hacks show that social engineering works, and threat actors don't even go through too much trouble using automated attack tools. 
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