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Domino’s India customer data hacked, allegedly available on dark web

Apr 19, 2021 22:17 IST | By Editorji News Desk

According to cybersecurity firm chief Alon Gal, Domino’s India’s customer data has been breached, and is available on the dark web.

The data allegedly includes sensitive customer information like names, phone numbers, and credit card details. The 13TB data breach also includes information about the company’s internal practices, and is reportedly on sale for 10 BTC, or around ₹4.25crore.

Domino’s India said in a statement to Gadgets 360 that they had experienced a breach, but no data pertaining to financial information of any person was accessed, as the company does not store financial details or credit card data as a policy.

They further added that they are investigating the matter, and have taken necessary action to contain the incident.

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