Domino’s India Website Hacked, Data Leaked

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A Turkish hacker’s group called ‘Turkish Ajan Hacker Group’ has hacked the Indian website of leading pizza company Domino’s. The company’s India operations is handled by its franchise Jubilant FoodWorks. The news was first reported by Cyberwarnews.

Post hacking the site, the Group leaked details of around 37,000 accounts on These included names, contact details (phone numbers, email id’s, city details) as well as passwords. According to Business Standard, the hackers used the SQL injection method and remote file inclusion for getting the data.

However, the website is still operational and is still allowing users to place orders.

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  • Kritika Bhat

    The dominos and all other US companies share the data with each other. Basically if they hacked it, they have the database of all the people living in India who have ever been to dominos.. Their numbers, and stuff. Maybe even addresses of a lot of people. Like I said, the data is shared. It is not funny. :/

  • Ashish Barad

    I thing they didn’t delivered pazzas on time to those hackers so the ‘setteled’ their due ;)

  • Tarun Mehandiratta

    ha ha … sweet ..!!! gr8 work

  • Govind Mehrotra

    free coupons available?

  • Rafath Ullah

    pizzas leaked ;)