Happy FoodWorks (Domino's parent organization) encountered a data security episode as of late. No information relating to financial data of any individual was retrieved to and the incident has not brought about any operational or business sway.
As an approach we don't store financial subtleties or Mastercard information of our clients, hence no such data has been undermined," the organization said in a proclamation. They added that their faculty is "examining the matter and have done whatever it takes to contain the incident".
"Threat entertainer professing to have hacked Domino's India and taking 13TB worth of information. Data incorporates 180,000,000 order subtleties containing names... addresses, payment subtleties, and 1,000,000 Mastercards," tweeted UTB chief technology official Alon Gal on Sunday.
Threat entertainer professing to have hacked Domino's India (@dominos) and taking 13TB worth of data.Information includ… https://t.co/ayn9de8hgf
— Alon Gal (Under the Breach) (@UnderTheBreach) 1618728347000
He added the hackers were charging over Rs 4 crore for the dataset. "The threat entertainer is demanding for around $550,000 for the information base."