Domino’s India Database Hacked: 1 Crore Credit Card Details, 18 Crore Order Details Leaked
Are you a die-hard Domino’s Pizza fan? Then there’s a high chance that your personal data has been compromised.
Domino’s India has been the victim of a cyber attack and 13 TB of internal data has been compromised which includes employee details of more than 250 employees at the popular pizza chain.
The hackers have also stated that they have accessed customer details and order details as well.
Read on to find out all the details!
Database of Dominoes India hacked; 18 Crore Order Details, Personal Details LEAKED
The 13 TB of internal data which has been accessed by the hackers includes employee details of more than 250 employees working in multiple sectors of the company such as IT, Legal, Finance, Marketing, Operations, etc.
Alon Gal, the co-founder of an Israeli cybercrime intelligence, has detected and confirmed this cyberattack on Domino’s India.
The hackers have also claimed that they have access to all the customer details and about 18 crores order details.
These details include all the sensitive information about the customers of Domino’s such as customer’s names, phone numbers, email IDs, delivery address, payment details including more than 10 lakh credit card details used to purchase on Domino’s India app.
Hackers Selling The Database For $550,000 Billion
As per reports, the hackers will be selling the entire data to one single buyer. As per Gal, The hackers are looking for $550,000 (around Rs 4 crores) For the entire database and also have plans to build a search portal that will enable querying the data
Reportedly the sale is happening in the dark web and on the website that is frequently visited by cyber scammers.
There has been no confirmation or denial from Domino’s India about the data leakage or compromise.
The number of cyberattacks on various companies in India has increased in recent times. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the rate of cyber attacks in India has grown by nearly 300% last year, as confirmed by the data by the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN). The number which was 394499 in 2019 has now gone up to 1158208 in 2020.
As per cybersecurity experts, the most serious threats to business’s cybersecurity in the next few years will be artificial intelligence and machine learning driven malware with state-sponsored cyber attacks.