Pizza Hut Australia - another australian victim
by heimda7 - Thursday September 21, 2023 at 03:09 AM
I've searched the site but haven't seen any news or reference to this:

Pizza Hut Australia looks like it was breached a few weeks ago.  Pizza Hut Australia have today started sending announcements regarding the breach

Info on breach:

Today - @Troyhunt twitter via @seasmus_polsci  posted a Pizza Hut statement regarding the breach >>


Pizza Hut
You are receiving this email as you have made an online order with Pizza Hut Australia. This is not a marketing or promotional email from Pizza Hut Australia. Please read this important information carefully.
Dear Customer,
I am writing to you as a valued customer of Pizza Hut Australia to tell you about a cyber security incident that has impacted a small proportion of our customers.
What happened?
We became aware in early September of a cyber security incident where an unauthorised third party accessed some of the company's data. At this stage of our investigation, we have confirmed that the data impacted relates to customer record details and online order transactions held on our Pizza Hut Australia customer database. This includes information such as a customer's name, delivery address and instructions, email address and contact number, as well as unusable masked credit card data and secure one-way encrypted password (for customers with online accounts).
From our investigation and the steps taken in response to the incident, we believe there is only a small proportion of customers on our database whose personal information has been impacted. We have notified these customers as well as the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) of the incident.
Why are we telling you?
Based on our investigation and the steps we have taken to remediate the incident, you are not one of the small number of customers whose personal information has been impacted.
However, out of an abundance of caution we wanted to alert you to the incident, and take the opportunity to remind you of steps you can take to protect your information and avoid potential scams:
• Remain alert to any suspicious emails and SMS or telephone communications that are disguised to look like they come from someone you know or trust. Pizza Hut only sends you emails from [email protected], [email protected] or
[email protected].
• Verify communications by confirming the identity of the sender. This includes checking email names and domains, by hovering your mouse over the sender's email address.
• Do not open links that look suspicious. If you are unsure about a link sent to you by a company, you should go to the company's website and look for the product or service that was offered.
• Be alert to phishing scams. This could include scams that target you through post, phone or email. Phishing scams are attempts by scammers to trick people into providing their personal information, including passwords, credit card numbers and/or sensitive personal information. Get further information about how to avoid scams at
⚫ While this isn't a necessity as our passwords are secured with one-way encryption, you may wish to consider updating your Pizza Hut Australia password.
Get further information about online safety, cyber security and helpful tips at
Read our Privacy Policy on our website here: https://www.pizzahut com au/privacy to learn


Australian companies seem to be getting hit hard lately.
Also check

"At the start of September 2023, DataBreaches reported that the notorious data broker 'ShinyHunters' made claims about stealing the data of 1 million customers of Pizza Hut Australia."

Hey ShinyHunters, you are running this place right? Pls put the data in de Database section Smile
Is this data anywhere?

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