T- Mobile customer records were hacked from its partner Experian between 2013 and 2015. The records are reported to be available on the dark web or sale at $1 per piece.
As per the information given by a cybersecurity firm, personal information like names, social security numbers, addresses, birthdays and other sensitive information of around 15 million T- Mobile users have been hacked and is for sale on the Dark Web.
FULLZ data listings were posted on the Dark Web, just one day after the news of the Experian breach was reported by T-Mobile. “FULLZ” is a slang widely used by hackers and brokers for “a full package” while selling the complete package of a group’s or an [...]
Every hour nearly 30,000 calls are placed to emergency medical services (EMS) in the United States, according to USA Today. These calls are of a protected nature and can be made even using a mobile device that is otherwise out of service.
However, last August, many of T-Mobile’s customers were unable to reach 911, the American standard EMS number, for two periods spanning a few hours each. A glitch in T-Mobile’s infrastructure caused this problem, which the FCC considers to be an oversight on T-Mobile’s part, as proper safeguards are available for the 911 system. Worse yet, T-Mobile decided not to notify the 911 call centers affected by the outage, a crucial [...]