Data breach continues: Domino’s India becomes the latest victim

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The Indian arm of multinational pizza restaurant chain Domino’s is reportedly the latest victim of of a data breach in India. The Domino’s data breach has exposed 1 million credit card details along with 180 million order details.

According to reports quoting Alon Gal, security researcher and Chief Technology Officer of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock, the reseller is demanding 10 Bitcoin, which is approximately $570,000 for the complete database, which is 13TB in size.

Gal is further quoted as saying that the hacker has plans to build a search portal similar to the MobiKwik one, allowing anyone to enter a search string to confirm the existence of those details.

Notably, the database includes details like mobile numbers, names, home addresses, payment type and social login tokens.

Another security researcher Rajashekhar Rajaharia also confirmed the breach, along with a data tree that reveals all the details that have been accessed by the hackers.

Besides the data of Domino’s India’s users and orders, the hacker also got access to data of 250 employees of the company across different departments like IT, Legal, Finance among others.

The incident highlights the endless stream of Indian companies facing security concerns. Recently, MobiKwik was reportedly hacked, exposing data of 3.5 million users. While the company denied it, it ordered a forensic audit post-fact. Juspay, BigBasket, Unacademy and others are were also breached in the recent past.

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