McDonald and urged users to McDelivery application in India for updated and independent security company claimed that personal and sensitive data from about 2.2 million users are being leaked. Fast food giant tweeted a statement on Sunday (March 18), said: “… our website and the application does not store any sensitive users of financial data such as credit card details, the governor of passwords or bank account information.” However, the company does not deny nor confirm the data leak.
Fallible security company announced it had approached McDonald’s about the discovery of the alleged security vulnerability on February 4 and won recognition in the case of the IT giant’s first fast food on February 13 manager. However, the security company pointed out that the issue is not fixed until she registered a case on March 18, on average.
The company wrote in another application that McDelivery in India has been leaked personal information such as names, email addresses, phone numbers, home addresses and personal links users to social data.
Following that McDonald’s India published this statement on Twitter, “We would like to inform our users that our website and the application does not store any sensitive users of financial data such as credit card details, the governor of passwords or bank account information.
“Site and application has always been safe to use, and we update the security measures on a regular basis. As a precaution, we also urge our users to update McDelivery application on their devices.”He noted fast food giant a statement that any financial data to customers is stored on the application and that there is no risk of being accessed by hackers.
Fallible claimed that McDonald’s responded to them and stressed that the issue is resolved. However, the security company claims that “reform is incomplete,” and that endpoint vulnerable allegedly still leaking data. I arrived at McDonald’s for more clarity on this issue and are awaiting