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Data breach? Hacker demands $40,000 for Jollibee customer details

The personal details of approximately 32 million Jollibee customers are reportedly being offered for sale at $40,000 by a hacker on a cybercrime forum, according to Deep Web Konek, a group of Filipino cybersecurity advocates.

The compromised data includes sensitive information such as birthdates, mobile numbers, addresses, card numbers, Facebook IDs and tokens, ID numbers, passwords, full names, and even last login dates, as per a sample file provided by the hacker.

Deep Web Konek noted that the data breach, which was uploaded recently, offers the entire dataset for sale, providing an XMPP contact for potential buyers.

The breach appears extensive, spanning multiple tables within Jollibee’s systems.

The incident involves a staggering 650 million records, covering sales orders, transactions, food delivery details, and service.

The National Privacy Commission has not received any information or reports from Jollibee, though it mandates organizations to inform affected individuals and report to the NPC within 72 hours of discovering such breaches.

As of now, Jollibee has not responded to queries from bilyonaryo.com.

According to Deep Web Konek, this latest breach highlights the persistent threat posed by cybercriminals and underscores the urgent need for proactive security measures to safeguard consumer data.

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