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T-Mobile says it found unauthorized access to data

T-Mobile US Inc on Monday acknowledged a data breach but said it was yet to find if any customer information has been compromised, a day after an online forum alleged that personal data of more than 100 million of its users was leaked.

The telecom operator said in a blogpost that it was confident the entry point used to access the data had been closed. It did not confirm the number of affected records.

"We are conducting an extensive analysis alongside digital forensic experts to understand the validity of these claims, and we are coordinating with law enforcement," the company said.

U.S.-based digital media outlet Vice first reported the claims of a data breach on Sunday.

According to the report in Vice's Motherboard, the forum's post does not mention T-Mobile, but the hacker told Vice they have obtained data of over 100 million people and that the data came from T-Mobile servers.

Shares of T-Mobile were down 2.8% in afternoon trading.


Rishi Pal Malik
Rishi Pal Malik
prefix 1 year ago
Lost my mobile Oppo A5 2020 all the data my facebook account has been hacked and misusing by sending some of my personal things
Rishi Pal Malik
Rishi Pal Malik
prefix 1 year ago
My mobile Oppo A5 2020 last year I lost the device . In which my all accounts Facebook WhatsApp.
I came to know that my Facebook account hacked as well all the data it was in my mobile Google account is continuously misused
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