Monday 26 June 2017

Domino's Pizza hackers demand €30,000 ransom

Hackers steal customer details including favourite toppings

Briton's don't want to work at Domino's Pizza, claims the company's chief executive
Briton's don't want to work at Domino's Pizza, claims the company's chief executive

Hackers have attacked the servers of Domino's Pizza and downloaded over 600,000 customer records.

The hackers are now demanding a ransom of €30,000 after they tapped into the servers of Domino's Pizza France and Belgium, according to reports.

The data includes customers' names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, passwords and delivery instructions and their favourite pizza toppings, according to hacker organisation Rex Mundi.

They said they will release the information on the internet unless the ransom is paid by tonight.

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