On 16 on this Month, hacker group named Rex Mundi claimed to hack the Domino’s Pizza database server and stole the details of more than 650,000 customers. The compromised user details include Customer names, delivery addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and passwords.
The Hacker group demanding ransom of €30,000 ($40,590, £23,930) from Dominos to not release the data publicly .On 16, they threatened to release the data later, but it was was not released that day, and none of the update we found about the leak. On an online paste service dpaste.de like pastebin, group said about the access to a customer database shared between Domino’s France and Domino’s Belgium.
According to a Belgian newspaper “De Standaard” report, Dominos has contacted all affected customers and no credit card information has been compromised.
If you think your details are at Risk in this breach, so you should take the following steps: Change your password immediately If you are using the same password somewhere else, change that too Choose a Strong Password between 8-15 Alphanumeric + Containing Special Characters. Right now, the twitter account associated with Rex Mundi has been suspended by Twitter.