Hackers Break Into Glovo, Europe’s $2 Billion Amazon Rival

Thomas Brewster reports:

A cybercriminal has managed to break into the $2 billion-valued Spanish delivery startup Glovo. The hacker was selling access to both customer and courier accounts, with the ability to change their passwords, though the company has stressed to Forbes no credit card data has been stolen.


Forbes was alerted to the breach by Alex Holden, chief technology officer and founder of Hold Security, which tracks malicious hackers across the darker corners of the web. He discovered screenshots and videos from a hacker showing off access to the computers used to manage Glovo accounts.

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