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T-Mobile Prepaid Hit by Significant Data Breach

The breach, estimated to have affected more than a million customers, came from malicious external actors.

Dark Reading Staff

November 26, 2019

1 Min Read

More than a million T-Mobile prepaid customers' personal information and account details were exposed in a data breach. According to the company no payment information, Social Security numbers, or passwords were exposed in the breach, which it described as "malicious, unauthorized access."

T-Mobile informed effected customers on Friday and says that the unauthorized access was shut down by its internal security team. While passwords were said not to be compromised, T-Mobile is advising affected customers to change their passcode or PIN as soon as possible.

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