The hacker group Desorden announced today that it had breached Thailand’s Central Restaurants Group’s servers, releasing more than 80GB of data.
Central Restaurants Group is a Thai restaurant chain with over 2,000 restaurants under its management and 12 brands, including KFC, Mister Donut, and Pepper Lunch.
Privacy Affairs was today contacted by the hacker group known as Desorden, who revealed that they have recently hacked one of Thailand’s biggest restaurant chains, Central Restaurants Group.
The hackers have stolen over 80 GB of files and databases from the restaurant chain’s network. This data includes sensitive customer information such as the name, date of birth, phone number, email, and ID number of affected individuals.
The stolen data also includes sensitive corporate information such as membership records, financial records, and records of daily transactions across more than 2,000 individual restaurants.
Leaked customer information appears to have last been updated on October 2021.
Information related to corporate financial details appears to be as recent as 26 October 2021, indicating that at least parts of the alleged hack took place even today.
The leaked data was also posted on a popular dark web hacker forum.
Privacy Affairs managed to review the leaked files, and we determined that the hack was genuine.
We have reached out to Thailand’s Central Restaurants Group, notifying them about the data breach and asking them for comments.
We believe security online security matters and its our mission to make it a safer place.
Desorden is a hacker group that first came to be known in September 2021 after it managed to hack the servers of the Malaysian division of ABX Express Enterprise and later SkyNet.com.my Malaysia Logistics.
This was followed by the hacks against Acer India and Acer Taiwan – stories first broken here on Privacy Affairs.
In an email to Privacy Affairs on October 18, Desorden commented that they “mainly target supply chain and bigger companies” and that their attacks are financially motivated.
At present, not all of the 80 GB data was released, but Desorden commented on a hacker forum that more leaks are to come shortly.