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Domino’s India Data Leak Of 18 Cr Orders Resurfaces; Customer Location, Mobile Numbers Exposed

Dominos suffered once again from a data leak in the popular Pizza brand. The data of 18 crore orders is available on the dark web according to security experts. A hacker alleged he received 13TB of Dominos data earlier in April. Details of over 180.00,000 orders, including telephone numbers, email addresses, payment information and user credit card details, are provided for your information.

  • Data from more than 18 Cr pizza chain orders from Domino’s India came out last month on the dark Web
  • Now the dark Internet is a search engine of various kinds that allows hackers to track and track users to their places they visit.
  • The data includes names, e-mail addresses, mobile numbers, GPS and more information on Pizza orders from Domino.

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After data from the Domino India pizza chain were published on the darking web last month for more than 18 Cr orders, the hacking or hacking group is now publishing the same database. The data was placed in the dark website as a data base searchable for hackers to track and track users.

A threat actor claimed last month to have stolen 13 TB of Domino’s India data and to have transmitted 250 employees with their personal information and 18 Cr orders to the customer.

Now, according to cyber security researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia, this data is put up on a search engines of some kind. He added that this includes Domino orders names, email addresses, mobile numbers, GPS co-ordinates and more.

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In a Twitter screen shot it can be seen that the data can be used to map the visited locations of a user using the GPS-location data to match the telephone number. “The worst part of the alleged violation is that people spy on people with this data. Anyone can search for any mobile number and check for the time and date of a previous person. This appears to be a real privacy threat,” Rajaharia said. Data from the Domino Indian pizza chain about 18 Cr orders appeared last month on the dark web.

It has been added to the dark web as a search engine of various kinds, enabling hackers to track and locate users

The data contains names, email addresses, mobile numbers, GPS coordinates and more related to pizza orders for Domino.

After data from the Domino Indian pizza chain were made public on the dark web last month, the hackers or the hacking group have now made the same database public. The data was placed in the dark website as a data base searchable for hackers to track and track users.

The threat actor claimed last month to have stolen 13 TB of data from Domino’s India which put 250 employees’ personal data in the workplace together with 18 Cr orders’ customer details.

Now, according to cyber security researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia, this data is put up on a search engines of some kind. He added that this includes Domino orders names, email addresses, mobile numbers, GPS co-ordinates and more.

In a Twitter screen shot it can be seen that the data can be used to map the visited locations of a user using the GPS-location data to match the telephone number. “The worst part of the alleged violation is that people spy on people with this data. Anyone can search for any mobile number and check for the time and date of a previous person. This appears to be a real privacy threat,” Rajaharia said.

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