Zomato Hacked, Data Of 17 Million Stolen. Twitter Sticks To Making Jokes

As worried users took steps to safeguard themselves from the Zomato hack, many on Twitter were occupied with more pressing issues - making jokes

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Zomato Hacked, Data Of 17 Million Stolen. Twitter Sticks To Making Jokes

Zomato hack: Users came to know of the security breach on Thursday morning

New Delhi:  Users of Zomato woke up to the news of a major security breach at the app with over 17 million user account records stolen. Usernames and hashed passwords have been leaked in the hack but the company insisted that payment details and addresses of users were not compromised. In a blog post, Zomato informed customers that they have reset passwords for all the affected users and logged them out of the app. The company also advised users to change their passwords if they had used the same one on any other platform.

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
 
Someone suggested the hackers must have been hungry
 
For the love of biryani
 
But mostly people were scared that their embarrassing food ordering pattern would be out there for the world to see
 
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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