Domino’s India user Data Allegedly Breached, Up For Sale On The Dark Web: Report

The alleged breach was found by Alon Gal, the CTO of Hudson Rock, a cybersecurity agency. (Pixabay)






The previous couple of months have seen a spate of information breaches at a number of on-line firms and providers all over the world, together with a few Indian firms who had been additionally reportedly affected. Whereas some firms have attributed the leaks to scraping of publicly obtainable information, others have denied they had been compromised.

Domino’s India seems to be the newest firm to have been affected by an information breach, in keeping with Gadgets360. The breach reportedly contains buyer information together with telephone numbers, names, and cost info together with bank cards, which was collected earlier this month, the report says.

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The alleged breach was found by Alon Gal, the CTO of Hudson Rock, a cybersecurity agency. Gal tweeted in regards to the breach on Sunday, claiming that the information was being bought for round ₹4.5 crore (10 Bitcoin). The information was reportedly gleaned from the corporate’s inner recordsdata between 2015 and 2021, containing particulars about 18 crore orders and 10 lakh bank cards, in keeping with the report.


Menace actor claiming to have hacked Domino's India (@dominos) and stealing 13TB value of information.

Data contains 180,000,000 order particulars containing names, telephone numbers, emails, addresses, cost particulars, and a whopping 1,000,000 bank cards.

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