According to security experts, the dark web has data on 18 crore orders. A hacker claimed to have gained access to 13TB of Dominos data earlier this month. He had access to the specifics of over 180,00,000 orders, which included phone numbers, email addresses, payment information, and credit card information for users.
He had access to the specifics of over 180,00,000 orders, which included phone numbers, email addresses, payment information, and credit card information for users.
Dominos has been the victim of yet another data leak, according to security expert Rajshekhar Rajaria. He revealed that hackers built a search engine on the Dark Web that made the data of 18 crore orders public.
If you're a regular Dominos customer, your personal information is almost certainly stored there. The information that has been leaked includes user names, email addresses, phone numbers, and even GPS coordinates.
"The same hacker who hacked MobiKwik also hacked Domino's in Feb. Later he sold server access to some other reseller. It seems now the hacker failed to get ransom and they made Domino's data as a search engine on the dark web. This data includes User's Email, Mobile Number, Address, Exact Location, Order Amount. Hacker is also claiming to have Card Data. The interesting part is that people are using this data to spy on people and to find out their past location. This seems like a real threat to our privacy," said security expert Rajshekhar Rajaria.
The incident was first brought to light by Alon Gal, CTO of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock, in April. He said that hackers were selling the users' personal information for about 10 BTC. Gal later revealed that the hackers intend to create a search portal to allow users to query the data.
10 lakh credit card numbers, as well as the addresses of people who ordered pizza from Dominos, are said to have been compromised. Dominos India, on the other hand, denied leaking users' financial information in a statement to Gadgets 360.
Jubilant Foodworks owns Dominos, one of the most famous food service companies. Domino's has locations in over 285 cities throughout the United States, as well as Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.
"Jubilant FoodWorks experienced an information security incident recently. No data pertaining to financial information of any person was accessed and the incident has not resulted in any operational or business impact. As a policy we do not store financial details or credit card data of our customers, thus no such information has been compromised.Our team of experts is investigating the matter and we have taken necessary actions to contain the incident," the company issued a statement providing assurance.
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