Domino’s India data of 18 crore orders has become public. If you have ever ordered Domino’s India online, your data may be leaked.
Dominos India Data Leak
After Air India, now pizza delivery chain Domino’s India has fallen victim to a big data leak. According to a report, data of more than 180 million orders has been placed on the dark web for sale as a database available for search, allowing hackers to track and trace users from their verified locations.
The report said that Domino India had suffered a massive data breech last month in which sensitive information such as payment details including phone number, name and credit card were leaked. This was confirmed by Alon Gall, CTO of the cyber security firm, Hudson Rock, and said that the data was sold for Rs 4.5 crore (10 bitcoins). It is obvious that leaking credit card details means that you may have to lose your bank balance.
Your data may be leaked
Talking about this, Rajasekhar Rajharia, a cyber security researcher tweeted, “Domino India’s data of 18 crore orders has become public. The hacker has created a search engine on the dark web. If you have ever ordered Domino’s India online, your data may be leaked. Data includes name, email, mobile, GPS location, etc. “
Rajahria also revealed that the worst part of this alleged data breach is that people are using this data to spy on people because any person who has the mobile number of another person, the date and time With this, you can also check your previous locations. This is a real threat to security.
Air India has also become a victim of cyber attack
Let it be revealed that on May 21, India’s national carrier Air India has suffered a major cyber attack in which personal details of passengers including credit card information and passport details were stolen. Data breech included data between August 2011 and February 2021. Earlier in April, a hacker claimed that he had gained access to Domino data of 13TB. The information he received included more than 180,00,000 order details which included phone numbers, email addresses, payment details and credit card details of users.
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