The popular ride-hailing app Bykea was recently hacked in Pakistan, resulting in the official application sending inappropriate messages to Bykea app users. At present, it remains unclear how and by whom the app was hacked.

The recent security breach in Bykea has made users worried. They depend on the app for their everyday transportation needs, and this breach not only puts their privacy at risk but also shakes their trust in the app’s ability to keep their personal information safe.

Considering this incident, it is extremely important for both users and service providers to understand the increasing significance of strong cybersecurity measures. As the digital world continues to advance, companies must actively protect their platforms from potential threats. At the same time, users need to stay informed and follow best practices to safeguard their personal data.


Bykea operates as a platform that connects motorbike owners with people and parcels in need of transportation. This arrangement allows motorbike owners to earn extra money while offering affordable logistics solutions. Bykea’s cash-on-delivery technology enables instant transactions in a developing payments market, playing a pioneering role in the growth of e-commerce in Pakistan.

Currently, over two hundred thousand motorbike owners have installed the partner app, connecting with more than two million users in Karachi, Rawalpindi/Islamabad, and Lahore.