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Construction and home renovation giant Andersen Corporation exposed clients’ private data, including home photos and addresses.Read more about Construction and home renovation giant Andersen Corporation exposed clients’ private data, including home photos and addresses.
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A treasure trove of customer data, allegedly stolen from mobile carrier US Cellular, has been offered up for free on the dark web. A dark web hacker claims to have obtained the stolen data belonging to 144 thousand US Cellular mobile customers and is now offering it up for free on a well-known leak site. The hacker, who goes by the profile IntelBroker, posted a download link – accompanied by the official US Cellular logo, on the black market data leak site BreachForums Wednesday. Hello BreachForums Community, Today I have uploaded the U.S. Cellular Database for you to download, thanks for reading and enjoy! IntelBroker – gender not disclosed – has logged nearly 500 posts since joining the community in October 2022. They also boast a solid 1900+ reputation rating among fellow hackers, according to their BreachForums profile. In January 2023, a database of 144K customers belonging to U.S. Cellular was stolen by hackers. (Note: There are some duplicates, I can't be bothered to remove them all, so you can do it lol) Also posted was a sample of the data leak, containing sensitive information such as IntelBroker has targeted other cellular carriers in the past, according to The Cyber Press news outlet, including Verizon and AT&T.
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