Hackers who claim to have broken into the online databases of Domino’s Pizza customers have issued an ultimatum to the take-away company, demanding payment of €30,000 (£23,900) or face the embarrassment of seeing personal details from over 600,000 customers posted online.
On Friday, a group of hackers going by the name Rex Mundi (a latin phrase meaning King of the World) claimed they had “hacked their way” into the servers hosting a database belonging to Domino’s Pizza. The database stored information about Domino’s Pizza customers in France and Belgium.
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