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According to IDG News Service , a security breach has been experienced by AT&T and it allows employees who work on the smartphone unlocking services to find call records, personal...
06-13-2014, 11:26 PM #1
AT&T Says Personal Customer Info, Call Records and More Taken in Security Breach
According to IDG News Service, a security breach has been experienced by AT&T and it allows employees who work on the smartphone unlocking services to find call records, personal information and customer Social Security numbers.
The breach took place between April 9-21, but was only disclosed this week in a filing with California regulators. While AT&T wouldn’t say how many customers were affected, state law requires such disclosures if an incident affects at least 500 customers in California.
Employees of one of our service providers violated our strict privacy and security guidelines by accessing your account without authorization. AT&T believes the employees accessed your account as part of an effort to request codes from AT&T than are used to unlock AT&T mobile phones in the secondary mobile phone market.
Source: IDG News Service
06-16-2014, 08:53 AM #2
Can't leak what is already known :]
06-16-2014, 11:44 AM #3
they should be more lax on the unlocking of the phones. then maybe they wouldn't get hacked.