KEY POINTS About Dominos India Hack :
- Cyberattack on pizza chain brand Domino India.
- It is claimed that hackers are selling this data for about Rs 4.25 crore.
- The hackers have demanded a ransom of 50 BTC
Dominos India Hacked
There is news of a cyber attack on pizza chain brand Domino India. After this attack, many users’ data has been leaked and these data are being sold on the hacker’s forum Dark Web. According to the report, more than 18 million orders of Domino’s data are available on the dark web. This data leak took place earlier this month but no news was given to the customers.
In this data leak, along with customer data, the entire data of about 250 employees of the company and some files of the company have also been leaked, which is about 13TB in size, although Domino has not said anything on this matter so far.
What is all hacked here?
Alon Gal, who runs the cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock, has given information about this data leak by tweeting. He has claimed that hackers are selling this data for about Rs 4.25 crore. This data leak contains 10 lakh credit card information and complete details of 18 crore orders.
In this data leak, Along with Credit/Debit card details of consumers, all the mobile numbers, Names, Email IDs, Addresses and payment details, etc kind of information are also leaked.
Not only this but the company’s all files from 2015 to 2021 are also stolen by hackers.
According to a message posted on the dark web, hackers want to create a search portal through these data where people will be able to search for leaked data. Jubilant Foodworks operates Domino India, which owns the franchise of Domino Pizza.
What hackers in the “Dominos India hack” wanted?
The database remains active on a dark web cyber raid forum. Moreover, the hackers have demanded a ransom of 50 BTC (approx. Rs 21.3 crore as of publishing) from Domino’s India.
If true, the 13TB database that contains seven years’ worth of data from Domino’s India contains residential addresses and payment instrument details of customers. The customers also placed orders with Domino’s India at any point since 2015.
The hackers have also confirmed that the group aims to build a searchable database front that may be accessible via TOR, and anyone willing to build the back-end API for them will be paid $1,000.