Police called over pizza hack

Police called over pizza hack
Police called over pizza hack 

By Joseph Barratt
July 25, 2010

The personal details of several Kiwi celebrities have been released by 
hackers as proof they have cracked Hell Pizza's customer database.

Private information including passwords, email and home addresses, phone 
numbers - plus pizza orders - have fallen into the hands of the 
anonymous cyber hackers.

Hell have called in police and it has raised fears that they could 
access the personal details of hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders.

The company warned its 230,000 customers to change their internet 
passwords in an email on Friday night.


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