Hackers created a search engine of leaked Domino’s India data
Last month, we reported that the data of Domino’s India customers is up for sale on the Darkweb. It was 13TB data of 1 million customers and also inched 18 crore orders data. Now a hacker has created a search engine for that data, so anyone can search for the specific record from the massive data leaked from Domino’s India.
Security researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia posted a screenshot of that search engine on Twitter. One can simply enter the phone number of email to search for details associated with that number or email.
Here’s what he tweeted.
Last month, Alon Gal, CTO of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock reported about the Domino’s India data leak. He also reported that hackers were planning to bud a search portal of that data.
When the initial reports about the data leak came into news, Dominos India denied leak of financial details of users.
Domino’s is one of the most popular fast food service operated by Jubilant Foodworks. It has outlets in over 285 cities across the country.