Bad news for customers ordering pizza online from Domino's! This important data including people's credit cards were stolen

According to Alon Gal, security researcher, and chief technology officer of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock, the hackers claim to have stolen 13TB of Dominos India data on behalf of the hackers. Hackers are selling this information on the dark web for 4 crore rupees.

Bad news for customers ordering pizza online from Domino's! This important data including people's credit cards were stolen
Bad news for customers ordering pizza online from Domino's! This important data including people's credit cards were stolen

There is bad news for those ordering online pizza from Domino's Pizza India. In fact, the American multinational pizza restaurant chain has recently been targeted by hackers, where large-scale data has been stolen from Indian customers, who used to order pizza online. This includes the credit card details of about 1 million people. Also, other personal information of 18 people such as name, mobile number, home address, payment mode, and mail ID is included.

Threat actor claimed to have hacked Domino's India (@dominos) and stealing 13TB worth of data.

OMG!! Bad news for customers ordering pizza online

Information includes 180,000,000 order details containing names, phone numbers, emails, addresses, payment details, and a whopping 1,000,000 credit cards. pic.twitter.com/1yefKim24A.

Data is being sold for 4 crores rupees
According to Alon Gal, security researcher, and chief technology officer of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock, the hackers claim to have stolen 13TB of Domino's India data from hackers. Hackers are selling this information on the dark web for 4 crore rupees. Independent cybersecurity researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia told IANS in an interview that he had already warned about the possibility of this hack. He warned about this only on 5 March.

Other companies were also harmed
Apart from Domino's India users and orders, hackers have stolen the data of the company's 250 employees, including employees of the IT, legal, finance departments. According to RajaShekhar Rajaharia, similarly, hackers had stolen Mobikwik's data in the past. Last month, the data of 3.5 million users of Mobikwik was stolen. However, the company denied this. Not only Domino, hackers of Juspay, BigBasket, Unacademy, and other companies have done damage before. At the same time, Chinese hackers were targeted by big companies like India's power sector and others like Jio.

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