T-Mobile Hacked: 47.8 Million People's Information Stolen 1
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T-Mobile, which is one of the first names that comes to mind when it comes to operators, especially in the USA, was hacked recently. was claimed. The hacker, who claimed that he was selling the information of T-Mobile customers on the dark web, was only a thesis.

But T-Mobile officials denied these theses. agreed. Authorities 47.8 millionconfirmed that the person’s information was stolen. In the midst of this information, he had just applied and unlimited even customers are available.

Hacker’s information

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On a Darkweb forum recently, 100 million The hacker, who put the user’s information on sale, did not explain where he found this information. Not that Motherboard

When the officials of the news site examined the information given by the hacker as an example, they found that some of them Related to T-Mobile noticed.

Users’ phone numbers, residential addresses, IMEI numbers, driver’s license information and Social Security Numbers

The hacker who captured (ID numbers) was trying to sell this information at a very high price. T-Mobile, on the other hand, has refused to make a statement on the subject for days.

T-Mobile confirmed the attack

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Company officials, who finally broke their silence, confirmed the attack and announced that the data of 47.8 million users had been compromised. In a statement about the attack, ” Our investigations about the incident are still continuing. As a result of the attack on our company, some personal information was also seized. false. However, it is related that financial information such as credit card information of users is stolen. no random proof.” and explained that some information was taken with confidence.

T-Mobile officials reported stolen information 7.8 million active users announced that their information was found and the remaining 40 million users were former users. In addition, these 7.8 million users use their sim cards to activate. pin code also confirmed to have been captured.

T-Mobile is trying to prevent this cyber attack from having more important consequences. they did everything necessary said.

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