Criminals steal customer data US arm T-Mobile to hack




Criminals have stolen private data of up to fifteen million customers of the US branch of T-Mobile. That was done through a hack on a company’s system Experian, the credit check does for the provider. The system was recently vulnerable, claims Experian.

When the hack attackers were among other names, addresses, social security numbers “and additional data booty, such as driver’s license numbers or other ways that customers have identified themselves, says Experian. The stolen data is from people who are from September 1, 2013 until about two weeks ago, customers were at the US arm of T-Mobile. The provider has in the United States total about 60 million customers.

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