A hacker claims to have a massive amount of data on T-Mobile customers in the U.S. and it’s being sold for more than $277,000.
It was reported over the weekend by Motherboard that a hacker revealed they had data, which was obtained through compromised T-Mobile servers.
The hacker noted on the underground forum that they had ‘full customer information’.
What data is included? The hacker claimed to have access to social security numbers, phone numbers, names, physical addresses, unique IMEI numbers of devices, and driver’s license information.
Motherboard, who originally reported the hack, confirmed that it saw pieces of data that reflected accurate information, confirming the hacker’s claims.
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