The Spanish start-up Glovo suffers a cyberattack compromises user and dealers data
The company that buys, collects and dispatches orders, Glovo, suffered an access to its systems in Spain, exposing the credentials of distributors and customers.
A spokesperson for the platform, speaking to Forbes, acknowledged that on April 29 they detected unauthorized access by a third party to one of their systems through an old interface of the administration panel.
Likewise, he also indicated that the company had already blocked access to the affected system and that it had contacted the AEPD to manage the incident.
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