Sam Curry, a Yuga Labs developer who talked with the hacker, stated, "It
seems like they've compromised a lot of stuff." According to him, this includes
total access to the cloud environments hosted by Amazon and Google, where
Uber maintains its source code and user data.
Curry claimed to have spoken with a number of Uber staff members who
claimed they were "trying to lock down everything internally" to limit the
hacker's access. He said that includes the Slack internal messaging system
used by the San Francisco corporation.