Zomato seems to have got away with the security hassle it faced recently. In a blog post made less than a day ago, Zomato said that it made contact with hacker “nclay”, who in turn agreed to remove the Dark Web listing selling the Zomato database records. “Earlier today, our security team discovered that user emails and hashed passwords were stolen from our database. Since then, we have taken multiple steps to mitigate the situation. One of these steps was to open a line of communication with the hacker who had put the user data up for sale,” wrote Zomato.
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