As worried users took steps to safeguard themselves from the hack, many on Twitter were occupied with more pressing issues - making jokes.
Some were legitimately worried that the data should never ever reach their moms
Because if it does, this is how they would react
17 million user records stolen from #Zomato database.— Kamal Nayan (@iamkamalnayan) May 18, 2017
Mom: "Beta see this is why I used to tell you to eat home foods. It is the safest"
Someone suggested the hackers must have been hungry
Hungry Hackers attacked #Zomato. could have simply downloaded and ordered food— Rishab S (@Rishab_rally) May 18, 2017
For the love of biryani
Hack #Zomato but please keep our Biryani safe!— Rohan Kalia (@nomadicrohan) May 18, 2017
Biryani is love!
But mostly people were scared that their embarrassing food ordering pattern would be out there for the world to see
OMG #Zomato hacked! All my eating habits will be out. All my calorie intake chart will be out in open. :(— Nikhil Kumar (@nikhilkmr) May 18, 2017
Zomato user data leaked. Now people will know exactly how long it takes me to decide where to eat.— Meh (@_Sarcasnic) May 18, 2017
Zomato hacked....— Gappistan Radio (@GappistanRadio) May 18, 2017
Apart from my personal details, hackers will also come to know that I eat Noodles with Palak paneer.
Over 120 million users use Zomato every month. The company informed that they will be enhancing security measures in the coming days.
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