Domino’s India has faced another massive data leak wherein data of more than 18 crore users was reportedly leaked on the dark web.
Critical former Domino’s India data breach:
The news comes one month after the massive Domino’s India data breach attack, wherein data of 1 million users was leaked.
Security researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia took it to Twitter when he reported the massive Domino’s India data breach, claiming that the data of 18 crore users has become public as hackers have viewed a search engine in the Dark web.
“Again!! Data of 18 Crore orders of #Domino’s India have become public. Hacker created a search engine on Dark Web. If you have ever ordered @dominos_india online, your data might be leaked. Data include Name, Email, Mobile, GPS Location, etc,” tweeted Rajaharia.
Sensitive data at stake:
In the previous month, numerous reports made major news rounds stating that a malicious entity had gained access to 13 TB of data from Domino’s India, consisting of phone numbers, email IDs, sensitive financial details like credit cards, etc of over 180,00,000 users.
According to reports, Alon Gal, CTO of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock in April alleged that hackers were selling the personal information of the users for around 10 BTC. Alon Gal also mentioned that the hackers are deciding to sell off this entire collection of data to a single buyer.
Regarding the massive data hack incident back in April 2021 Domino’s India had discredited any claims of the data leak.
And now, only a month later, the newest developments have spotlighted the global pizza giant in one more cyber attack incident.
The pizza chain had provided that no data relating to payments data of users was made accessible and that the incident has not impacted the operation of the business in any way.
As for the latest data breach developments, Domino’s India is yet to release any testimonials or statements detailing the breach.