One of the largest mobile network providers in the U.K. has confirmed that information about more than 100k customers were compromised following a data breach due to stolen employee credentials.
While no financial information was accessed, contract and device information was leaked. Others had their personal information compromised, including name, address, date of birth, etc. In a statement released by the company, criminals fraudulently upgraded customers in an attempt to intercept and steal their devices.
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