Domino�s Pizza Database Hacked, 650,000+ Customer Records Stolen

A group of hackers going with the handle of Rex Mundi breached into the database of Domino�s Pizza websites in France and Belgium and ending up with access to more than 592,000 records of French customers and 58,000 records of Belgians.

Hackers announced the news by using Twitter, and it seems that the reason behind this breach was money extortion, as according to one of the tweet hackers demanded 30,000 EUR ($40,619) from Domino�s Pizza France against keeping the information secret.

Tweet showing�Rex Mundi hacked Domino�s Pizza:

Another Tweet demanding�30,000 EUR from Domino�s Pizza:

One tweet shows a file on dpaste.de, containing stolen information such as names, phone numbers, delivery addresses, email addresses and passwords. However, at the time of writing this article; the paste data was removed.

Reacting to the breach, Domino�s Pizza said that credit card data has not been stolen but considering the other stolen data; hackers might be able to conduct phishing attacks on customers in order to get hold of their financial details.

This is not the first time when Domino�s Pizza was hacked, putting its customer details in danger. In September 10, 2012 Turkish hackers hacked into the official website of�Domino pizza�s�India website and leaked over 37,000 usernames and passwords.

Waqas

Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.