Domino's Pizza India website (www.dominos.co.in) has been hacked by a group of Turkish people who identified themselves as TurkishAjan. Around 37,000 customer details were said to have been compromised.
First reported by cyberwarnews.info on Sunday, it was said that names, e-mail address, passwords, and phone numbers of customers who placed orders least once were leaked online.
The group reportedly announced the hack on their official website and was said to have posted details on Pastebin.com. The information, however, seems have been taken down, MediaNama reported.
The pizza retailer is yet to confirm these reports.
It was said that the group also leaked details of the Dominos India website. "Apart from customer details, the leak also contains details from the Dominos India website which might allow administrator access to other domains on the site," MediaNama said.
According to the Business Standard, the group used SQL injection method and remote file inclusion method, which are one of the common methods used to steal private data from websites.
This is not the first time company websites have been hacked. Previously, Reliance (Communications) was hacked by a group called Anonymous Operation India (AnonOps India).The same group had attacked the official websites of Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Limited and All Indian Trinamool Congress earlier, reported MediaNama.
Despite the alleged hack, the Domino's website is functioning normally and is accepting online orders.