NZ: I know what you ate last summer

Patrick Gray writes:

The online customer database of a New Zealand-headquartered pizza store chain has been compromised.

Risky.Biz understands multiple intruders have compromised Hell Pizza’s 400mb database. While it does not contain any credit card information, it does contain in excess of 230,000 rows of customer entries.

The company operates 64 stores in New Zealand, three in England, nine in Australia and one in Ireland.

The database entries include the full names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, passwords and order history for the company’s customers. The information is “doing the rounds” across New Zealand.


So not everyone is happy with how Hell handled this breach.

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