Attackers Claim They Stole 36 Million Unique Customer Records
T-Mobile USA has confirmed that attackers accessed its computer systems, but the mobile communications provider is still investigating whether customers’ personal data was exposed. Cybercrime experts say the attackers apparently involved have been tied to previous crimes targeting telecommunications since at least 2018.

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