Domino's India has been hit by a major cyber attack. A cyber attack on a famous pizza outlet has revealed that 13 GB of internal data has been stolen. It also includes information on operations including IT, Legal, Finance, Marketing, Employee Information.
The hackers claim to have obtained the information with the help of 18 crore order details. This includes customers' phone numbers, e-mail id, payment details, debit and credit card information. It is learned that about 10 lakh credit card details have gone on the dark web.
This list of Domino's India includes the names of customers who have ordered from the App. Alon Gal, co-founder of Israeli Cybercrime Intelligence, has revealed this.
Meanwhile, Domino's India has not commented on the matter. Alan Gill claims that the hacked data of Domino's India is for sale on the Dark Web and hackers are demanding Rs 4 crore for it. Also, hackers will only sell this data to a vendor, for which a search portal is also being created, through which information about the data can be obtained.
This type of data is being sold on the Dark Web at an undisclosed price through the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.Hackers are contacting via telegram for this data. To store users' data the payment card industry uses the Data Security Standard (PCIDSS). Hackers can use the hash algorithm to create card fingerprints, while they can also decrypt masked card numbers. In such a scenario, the accounts of all cardholders could be compromised, experts say.
According to a report published on Statista, the number of Internet users in India by 2020 was around 70 crore. This number is expected to reach 97.4 crore in the next five years. India is the largest online marketplace in the world, especially since the number of Internet users in India is so large that the population of most developed countries in the world is less than that. According to the report, there were 53,117 cyber attacks in India in 2017. In 2018, it increased to a total of 2,08,456 cyber attacks. The number of such attacks in 2019 was 3,94,499. As of August 2020, the number of cyber attacks was 6,96,938.