Pizza brand Dominos have suffered from a data leak yet again. As per security experts, the data of 18 crore orders is available on the dark web.
When did it happen?
Security Researcher, Alon Gal, first flagged it on 18th April 2021, but Dominos India dismissed any such hack.
Why you should worry?
If you ever ordered Dominos Pizza and gave your mobile number or email address, there is a very high chance that your personal details are now available on the dark web, complete with mobile numbers, addresses, order value, dates and possibly credit card data (which Dominos has been denying so far).
What should you do now?
You cannot do much except accepting the fact that some people might know more of your personal information now.
(Optional) However, If you are still curious and want to know whether your phone number is part of the record, then we would suggest you to do two things:
(a) WhatsApp/SMS us for verification (Optional)
Send us a WhatsApp/SMS message:
- For WhatsApp click – Send WhatsApp
- For SMS – Send to +91-9051-234-233
We would ONLY be verifying the number FROM WHICH THE MESSAGE IS SENT after you provide your consent.
We would send you complete details of the search AS-IS without looking into or perform any further research
(b) Sign The Petition (Recommended)
Help us SIGN the Petition to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and Jubilant FoodWorks, which runs Dominos India demanding proper investigation and action against the carelessness of the company, as per Information Technology (Reasonable security practices and procedures and sensitive personal data or information) Rules, 2011.
Demands in the petition:
- Jubilant FoodWorks, which runs Dominos India, should issue a public notice or apology & immediately issue a statement of (1) what action they have taken to protect consumers’ data privacy, (2) what action they have taken on this breach & (3) prove that financial data of customers is secure through a third-party audit.
- MeitY should mete out an exemplary punishment to the company for being careless about PII data.