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Food delivery app DoorDash reports data breach - here's what you need to know

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DoorDash is informing customers about a data breach.

The company says a third-party vendor was the target of a sophisticated phishing campaign.

DoorDash says certain personal information maintained by the company was affected.

According to DoorDash, this impacts a small percentage of people.

While the attack was thru a third party, DoorDash says it's brought in a cyber-security firm for support.

Here's what you need to know:

  • The data accessed includes names, emails, addresses, phone numbers and, in some cases, partial payment information
  • DoorDash says the attack did not include passwords, full card numbers, bank account numbers, or social security numbers
  • The company says you don't need to take action.
  • DoorDash has a dedicated this web page and a hotline, (833) 559-0221, if you have questions

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