Restaurant System Hacked

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2012/02/22 17:00:30 (permalink)

Restaurant System Hacked

Ever wonder what your favorite restaurant did to make your favorite dish taste so good?  Well, for fans of Dom DiLuigi’s in Los Angeles, CA, wonder no more.  A hacker recently broke into the Italian restaurants management database, swiping and posting more than a dozen supposedly “secret” recipes online.  In addition, the culprit made off with hundreds of credit card numbers, customers information, and DiLuigi’s financial records.  “I’ve never felt like this," admits 60 year-old owner Dom Diluigi.  “So vulnerable.  Some of those recipes have been in my family for generations, and now they’re just out there.  You feel powerless, really.  That’s why I’ve decided to upgrade our system’s security.”  And just how does DiLuigi plan to prevent something like this from ever happening again?  With Vault Revolution’s innovative new file security system.  Simply LOCK and UNLOCK files with a password protected interface.  Vault Revolution operates 3X faster than leading competitors, all while using ZERO memory space.  Owner Dom laughs, “I’m not exactly the most tech-savvy person, either.  But even I can use this thing.”
post edited by VaultRevolution - 2012/02/22 17:04:13

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    Re:Restaurant System Hacked 2012/02/25 11:01:06 (permalink)
    So, when Dom Luigi goes to his computer and prints out this top secret recipe for Dom's Sauce, How does your Vault System prevent Harry the Highschool dropout, who's job it is to clean the fryer, from looking over doms shoulder and getting the recipe.
    Just curious
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    Re:Restaurant System Hacked 2012/02/25 11:20:16 (permalink)
    Good point!!!

    That's why Todd Wilbur jumps in dumpsters to look for clues...while trying to crack the recipe code. It would be no fun meeting Harry with a printout.
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