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In a shocking incident, it was found that two shop owners on Dark Web marketplace are selling Uber usernames and passwords openly.

According to a news website, a person with handle "Curvoisier" is claiming to sell Uber logins for $1 each on AlphaBay Market, which launched in late 2014. Another vendor, "ThinkingForward," sells the same items for $5 each.

In a note Courvoisier writes: "The credentials provided will be a valid login for the Uber website for which you can use to order phones from completely free. (You can find the guide in our store if you're unaware on the how-to)."

As found by looking at the listing (Tor, AlphaMarket login required), he or she has sold 131 such logins since March 18. In an interview with Motherboard, one vendor claimed to have "thousands" for sale, and even provided a sample of them. As the site reported Friday:

"Motherboard reached out to one of the users whose email address and password was put up for sale: James Allan, sales director for OISG, a technology solutions company. Allan confirmed that the username and password Motherboard had seen were correct, as well as the expiry date on his personal credit card. He doesn't actually use Uber anymore, and the last trip he booked was in December 2013. "Bloody hell," Allan said over the phone, when he was told what his password was. He was "extremely surprised" by the revelation, he said. Allan also said that he doesn't use the internet much for financial transactions, preferring cash "for this very reason."

In reference to an e-mail to Ars, news website, Uber Spokeswoman Trina Smith denied about any of such incident and also no signs of breach are found as of now.

"Attempting to fraudulently access or sell accounts is illegal and we notified the authorities about this report," Smith wrote. "This is a good opportunity to remind people to use strong and unique usernames and passwords and to avoid reusing the same credentials across multiple sites and services."

Notably, in a recent news we also informed about Uber Drivers' Privacy breach, considering both events, company seems to be in big trouble now.

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