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Australian Pizza Hut customers served a deep dish of info leaks

posted onNovember 8, 2012
by l33tdawg

On Tuesday night, hackers defaced the Australian website of Pizza Hut and made off with customers' personal data, including names, email addresses and other contact information.

"It has come to my attention that we have absolutely ripped apart your internal security systems," the hackers (using the names 0-day and Pyknic) posted on the Pizza Hut site as part of their defacement. The defacement also included a claim that over 240,000 credit card numbers had been stolen, and the personal details of 60,000 customers registered on the site. To add insult to injury, the defacement also included a link to the website of Domino's Australia, Pizza Hut's competitor.

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