Domino’s India Data is allegedly available on the dark web

Domino's India Data Breach

It seems Domino’s India Data is the latest victim of the data breach. Someone is selling the 1 million customer data of Domino’s India on the Darkweb. The leaked data includes sensitive information such as names, contact numbers, email IDs, addresses, and credit card details. The data also includes 18 crore orders data.

Alon Gal, CTO of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock first tweeted about the Domino’s India breach.

The breach also claims to include Domino’s India’s internal files that were generated between 2015 and 2021.

The data is available for 10 BTC or $5,69,000. The hacker is also planning to build a search portal for querying specific records from the leaked data.

Domino’s India is owned by Jubilant Foodworks that operates this American pizza restaurant chain in India. The company claims that no information of any person was accessed because the company does not store the financial details or credit card data of our customers.

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