Mobile shuts down security breach that may have exposed customers' personal data

T-Mobile is notifying some customers about a recent security breach

T-Mobile experienced a data breach on August 20th

The announcement states that financial information and social security numbers were not among the data that could have been accessed, and passwords were also safe from the breach. According to the notice received by some customers already, "certain information" including names, addresses, account numbers, and account types may have been accessed in the breach before unauthorized access was shut down. Our subscribers rely on FierceWireless as their must-read source for the latest news, analysis and data on this increasingly competitive marketplace.

A spokesperson speaking to Motherboard said the breach affected "about" or "slightly less than" three percent of its 77 million customers.

T-Mobile's headquarters in Bellevue.

Chelsea’s Maurizio Sarri defends Napoli record and says Loftus-Cheek will stay
Chelsea , then managed by Antonio Conte, were beaten 3-0 at St James's Park on the final day of last season, and Lascelles believes that Newcastle's fans can roar the team on to another result.

T-Mobile says the attack was carried out by hackers part of an worldwide group, but no specifics were given.

T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O) and its unit Metro PCS informed customers on Thursday about a potential security breach that was discovered and shut down by the company.

Affected customers will be notified directly by T-Mobile and are being advised to contact the Customer Care team if they have any concerns.

Russian Hackers Are Targeting Republicans Ahead of Midterms
Strontium also appeared to target conservative think tanks the Hudson Institute and the International Republican Institute . The candidates most at risk are those with smaller campaigns and little expertise in cyber security, Franklin said .

The Bellevue, Wash. company said its cybersecurity team discovered an "unauthorized access" on August 20 and reported it to law enforcement. "And don't call a phone number included in the email".

"We take the security of your information very seriously and have a number of safeguards in place to protect your personal information from unauthorized access".

Man admits wife's murder, blames her for daughters' deaths
Watts was arrested last week after telling police and news media for two days he didn't know what happened to his wife and girls. The couple married in North Carolina almost six years ago, and moved to Colorado soon after. "We're here for them", she said.

Latest News