Base de datos de clientes de T-Mobile por 6 BTC
Two weeks ago, a hacker attack was carried out on the servers of the multinational mobile company T-Mobile, which contained confidential data of its customers.
It is reported about the theft of data of 100 million customers, as well as the readiness of hackers to sell the base for BTC. Stolen data may contain IMSI, IMEI, phone number, customer name, security PIN, social security number, driver's license number, and date of birth. IMEI is used as an identifier for mobile equipment, and IMSI is used to identify a mobile phone, a unique mobile subscriber number associated with a user on a cellular network.
Also from the leaked information, by a hacker or hackers, the entire IMEI database of T-Mobile, from 2004 to the present, was stolen. To provide evidence of this, a screenshot of an SSH connection to the Oracle server has been posted. And also an explanation of what was done that this is retaliation against America, with the aim of destroying the infrastructure of the United States.
Currently, T-Mobile is actively investigating the allegations of the attack and the validity of the hacker's allegations. Assessing what is happening, with the words:
“We are aware of the statements made by hackers on anonymous forums, we are analyzing and actively studying their validity. At the moment we have no additional information to share. "
In fact, the hackers did not contact the mobile company with any demand after carrying out the attack. And they decided to make money right away by putting T-Mobile data on the Internet for sale. The hackers claim they have already sold a unique database of 30 million people containing dates of birth, driver's license numbers and social security numbers. The cost of the register of confidential information was 6 bitcoins, which today is approximately $ 280,000.
Coin Shark is not responsible for the content, accuracy, quality, advertising, products or any other content posted on the site. This article is for informational purposes, prepared on the basis of materials and information from open sources.