Bringing you quick updates on the tech space, policy making and digital rights from India and across the globe. Sensitive data of Domino's Pizza India users leaked online, researcher claims Yet another data breach. A cybersecurity researcher has claimed that credit card data of nearly 10 lakh users who've purchased Domino's Pizza online is being sold on the dark web. Alon Gal of Hudson Rock, who had recently flagged the Facebook data breach, has claimed that hackers are asking for nearly Rs 4 crore (USD $550,000) for a 13TB database containing more than 180 million order details, names, phone numbers, emails, addresses, payment details and a "whopping 1,000,000 credit cards". From the screenshots shared by Gal in his tweet, it seems the database includes the company's internal files from 2015–2021. Gal is not the only researcher to have flagged the breach. India-based Rajashekar Rajaharia has told IANS that he had alerted the Computer Emergency Response Team of India (CERT-In) about the Domino's breach on March 5. Domino's India, on its part, has admitted to a "security incident", but not to a data breach. Jubiliant Foodworks, which runs the pizza chain in India, told Gadgets360 that "[n]o data pertaining to financial information of any person was accessed and incident has not resulted in any operational or business impact". It added that the company does not store financial details or credit card data of its customers, and hence it has not been compromised. Top stories from MediaNama Exclusive: Hyderabad Police Wants To…
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