Domino’s India data breach allegedly exposes 1 million credit card details… and more

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Domino’s India data breach allegedly exposes 1 million credit card details, 180 million order details

Domino’s India, the popular American multinational pizza restaurant chain, is allegedly the latest victim of a data breach. The Domino’s data breach has exposed 1 million credit card details along with 180 million order details. The database includes details like mobile numbers, names, home addresses, payment type and social login tokens. Apart from 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.


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