Zomato emails users, urges them to change passwords as precaution

UNI
Monday, 22 May 2017

Pune: Zomato has been sending mails to many users, explaining them what happened during the recent "data theft". 

Zomato, India's most popular food directory and delivery service, revealed that massive data breach of information pertaining to 17 million users is now under control as the hacker has agreed not to make data public. 

Names, email addresses and passwords of Zomato's registered users had been exposed in this security breach. 

Pune: Zomato has been sending mails to many users, explaining them what happened during the recent "data theft". 

Zomato, India's most popular food directory and delivery service, revealed that massive data breach of information pertaining to 17 million users is now under control as the hacker has agreed not to make data public. 

Names, email addresses and passwords of Zomato's registered users had been exposed in this security breach. 

Zomato has urged in their email that users must immediately change their password used for logging into their Zomato accounts as a precautionary measure. 

Here's the full letter from Zomato that many of you must have received in your mail today: 
 

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