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Burned Pizza: Domino’s Customer Database Breached

16
Jun
2014

What some hackers lack in pizzazz, they make up for in pizza: A hacker group called Rex Mundi (King of the World) claims to have broken into Dominos databases in France and Belgium and stolen approximately 650,000 customer records, including full names, email addresses, home addresses and account passwords, and possibly even pizza-delivery instructions and favorite toppings. The saucy hackers have also dished up an ultimatum, saying theyll post the stolen records online unless Dominos Pizza pays a ransom of €30,000 (just under $40,680 in U.S. dollars). Worse, the affected customers friends will know that they order from Dominos.

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