POS Malware Strikes Planet Hollywood Parent Company

Millions of consumers made victims thanks to credit card theft.

Over two million diners have been victimized by POS malware that spread through various restaurants owned by Earl Enterprises. The attack was discovered by Krebs on Security, and has now been confirmed by Earl Enterprises.

The attack too place between May 23, 2018 and March 18, 2019. This was no small breach, with numerous restaurants being affected. Among those attacked, almost all Buca di Beppo locations in the US, several Earl of Sandwich restaurants, Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, New York City, and Orlando, Tequila Taqueria in Las Vegas, Chicken Guy! in Disney Springs Florida, and Mixology in Los Angeles.

Krebs discovered the cards for sale under the batch name of the “Davinci Breach”. Earl Enterprises has created a website where users can go check on specific locations if they’re fearful that they may be victims of this attack. If you believe you may have eaten at one of their restaurants during the time the attack took place, you can go check here.


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