AT&T Data Breach


[H]F Junkie
Jun 13, 2009
T-Mobile had a data breach a few days ago, and now it is AT&T's turn.

a “well-known threat actor” who goes by ShinyHunters is selling private data from 70 million AT&T customers. The site says it analyzed the data and found it to include legitimate customer information.

ShinyHunters posted a small sample of data that the site examined, comparing it to information available in public records. Restore Privacy says it can’t confirm that the data originates from AT&T customers, but it appears to be valid.

So if you're with AT&T, better update all your passwords!
When i went to a network educational shack back in the 90’s to get Novell Engineer, networks were described as a sharing of resources on inexpensive servers and workstations. Now everything is cloud based when computers and servers are the cheapest they have ever been so a havker can get the whole kit and kaboodle from one database 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻