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Domino’s India Data Leak of 18 Cr Orders comes back to the fore; Customer Location, Mobile Numbers Exposed

Lawstreet Journal 25 May 2021 11:13pm

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Last month, data relating to over 18 crore Domino's India orders surfaced on the dark web; now, the same database has been made public by a hacker or hacking gang. The information has been posted on the dark web as a searchable server, enabling hackers to detect and map visitors to their previous location.

A threat actor in the matter was accused of stealing 13 TB of data from Domino's India last month, including the personal details of 250 employees from different divisions and customer information from 18 million orders.

According to security researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia, this data has now been put up on a search engine. He went on to say that this contains information such as names, email addresses, phone numbers, GPS locations, and other information relevant to Domino's orders.

By comparing the phone number to the GPS location info, the data can be used to generate a map of a user's visited locations, according to a screenshot shared on Twitter. According to Rajaharia. “The worst thing of this supposed leak is that people are spying on people using this info. Anyone can conveniently look up any phone number to see where a person has been in the past, including the date and time. This seems to be a serious threat to our privacy."

Personal information given by customers when ordering through Domino's India's website or app is stored in the database. Names, phone numbers, email addresses, and credit card information are among them. The hacker, on… Continue Reading...


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