Popular Pizza brand Dominos have again suffered from data leakage. As per the experts, 18 crore orders are on the dark web. This is the second time when Dominos India data have leaked within three months. Earlier in April, a hacker claimed that he has gained access to about 13TB worth of Dominos data. He also said that he got access to include the details of nearly 180,00,000 orders including email addresses, phone numbers, credit card details, and payment details of users.
As per the Security expert Rajashekhar Rajaria, Dominos is subjected to a breach of data yet again. Also, he said that the data of 18 crore orders have become public as hackers have created a search engine on the Dark web. Thus, if you are a regular Dominos customer then you might find your personal data in the lists. The leaked information includes the email, name, phone number, and GPS location of users.
If we talk about the hack that took place in April, Alon Gal, CTO of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock highlighted this incident. He said that the user’s personal information was being sold by hackers for around 10 BTC. Alon Gal reported that the hackers were in a plan to build a search portal so that the data query can be enabled.
The data that has asseverated includes 10 lakh credit card details and people addresses who have ordered Pizza from Dominos.