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Data leaks from Domino Pizza, Evernote, P.F. Chang

June 19, 2014

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Data leaks as a result of hacks by unknown perpetrators have occurred recently in three more cases. The discussion forum of note sharing service Evrnote has been hacked resulting in leak of profile information of the members of the forum. According to the stement of the company, the security of the service itself has not been harmed since the hacked forum has been an old one, using different passwords.
Hackers have also breached to the system of pizza delivery service Domino’s Pizza and stole information (name, address, phone number, e-mail and password) of 592,000 of its French and 58,000 Belgian customers. The hackers demanded ransom of 30,000 € for not disclosing the data which Domino’s Pizza refused to pay.
Brian Krebs revealed some details concerning the breach of the U.S. Chinese restaurant chain P. F. Chang announced on June 11. The breach lasted since September 2013 and Brian Krebs estimates that about 7 million credit card details have been stolen. The stolen data are already offered for sale on the black market.

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