BigBasket has confirmed that personal data of its users has been compromised.
Online supermarket service BigBasket has landed itself in a controversy after personal data of its customer had been compromised and was being sold on the Dark web.
As per findings by US-based cyber intelligence firm Cyble, BigBasket seemed to have comprised sensitive data of over 2 crore users. The company in a statement confirmed that information like e-mail, contact number and order details have been compromised although no financial information has been leaked.
As a BigBasket user, how does the breach affect you, what kind of data has been compromised and what should you do now? Let’s try to answer some of these key questions.
What kind of data was compromised?
As per Cyble, the cybersecurity firm, the breach was detected on 31 October during a routine Dark web monitoring session. Cyble found that the database of …