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T-Mobile Notifies 3 Million Customers After Security Breach

Hackers Breach T-Mobile, Leaving Millions Exposed

Approximately 3 million T-Mobile customers either have been or soon will be notified their information was involved in a security breach.  Although details are not being released regarding how the attack was executed, T-Mobile has reported approximately 5% of their 75 million users were impacted by a recent data breach.  The company has been notifying customers by text and phone and will be mailing out notifications of the breach to larger business and government customers which have 100+ lines on their account.

Of all the information the organization has on record, here is what was accessed:

  • Names
  • Addresses
  • Type of account
  • Account number

If you are a T-Mobile user and question if your information was impacted, you may call the company’s customer service line for additional information.  To do so, simply dial 611 from your T-Mobile device.

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6 thoughts on “T-Mobile Notifies 3 Million Customers After Security Breach”

  1. The data is no more secured with any of these companies. It is very idiotic that we have to provide all kinds of information when we want to set up or access our account. These companies have IT departments and infrastructure. Why are they not analyzing the security ?

  2. Fools
    There is no such thing as 100% secure
    Don’t put your data in the hands of people that have stupid hacking solutions devised by off shore security firms and used by their H1B visa IT department
    And most of them are simply H1B personnel

  3. This is uncalled for our data should be scrambled someway no one should be able to access it this seems to be a careless on t mobile part heads should roll no call for lack of concern should be monitored constantly

  4. If providers, producers, and others in “security” systems do not find practical means to make users data 100% secure, safely stored, and simply accessed only by owners then we will end up with worse unreliably stupidly administrated idea of “net nutrallity” and limits by the government. Get a grip people!

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