Thursday, September 13, 2012

Cash-and-carry only, when it comes to pizza!

According to an article in ComputerWorld, a pizza franchise in India was hacked.  The local franchisee, Jubilant FoodWorks, claims that “customers' information was not compromised” and paragraph four in the article says the same thing, But this makes no sense. To quote from the second paragraph in the article:

"Personal information including names, phone numbers, email addresses, passwords and city details from 37,000 accounts was leaked from Domino's website to some blogs and websites ..."

If it can happen in India, it can happen here, and not just to pizza places.  As I say on page 65 of How to be Invisible, "Remember, never receive anything at home--no mail, no packages, no courier deliveries, nada."


  1. I know the #1 rule is never to connect your real name with your home address. I use CMRA's for mail.

    Food delivery is incredibly common in large cities like New York and Los Angeles. What if you used an alias and cash for food deliveries?

  2. I am agree with you. You can also change your email id password in 15 days. It is important to save your account and also use variety in passwords.


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