Yet another data leak: One million
credit cards of Domino's Pizza
Yet another data leak: One million credit cards of Domino's Pizza customers on Business Standard. Data is
worth 13 terabytes and also includes 180 million orders with phone nos, emails, addresses, and payment
details, says intelligence firm chief
Companies News Domino's India data that included sensitive customer
information such as their names, phone numbers, and credit card details
has allegedly been breached and put on sale on the dark web.
According to tweets by Israel-based Co-Founder and Chief Technology
Officer of cybercrime intelligence firm Hudson Rock, Alon Gal, the
data is worth 13 terabytes (TB).
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He tweeted on Sunday that the data includes as many as 180 million
order details, including 1 million credit card details. The data, said Gal,
was up for sale on the dark web.
The threat actor, he said, was asking for $550,000 for the data. The
threat actor also had plans to build a search portal to enable data search,
he added. A company spokesperson for Domino’s India said, "Jubilant
News Source : BS / Business Standard