Update: Soon after publishing our original story below, T-Mobile’s media relations department shared an encouraging number, highlighting the relatively small scale of this newly discovered security breach (according to the grand plan) .
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Compared with many other companies and enterprises (not to mention most ordinary people), T-Mobile has a solid year, overcoming many legal, logistical and technical obstacles in 2020. Complete important mergers, More than AT&T’s subscribers, and Expand its industry-leading 5G network at an objective and crazy speed.
Your most sensitive and valuable information is (possibly) safe
Instead, a group of unnamed hackers can obtain only “Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) as defined by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules.” This may include phone numbers and the number of lines associated with certain accounts, and in some cases, call-related information collected “as part of the normal operation of wireless services.”
That being said, you should keep in mind that those who have not received the security alert text from T-Mo in the past about 24 hours are most likely never affected by the data breach, which is said to have fallen sometime last month.