Pizza Hackers Hold Topping Preferences (and Passwords) to Ransom

By Gary Cutlack on at

Bored hackers claim to have breached the defences of the Dominos France and Belgium web site, accessing critical topping preference details of some 648,000 customers. They want €30,000 to keep the stolen data secret.

One of the kind hackers generously offered to "let them know of this vulnerability and to offer them not to release this data in exchange for 30,000 Euros," although Dominos' main form of defence so far has been to tell its users to change their passwords and order something other than the spicy meat feast next time. [The Register]

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