Hackers claimed to have hacked into T-Mobile network servers and the personal information of 100 million T-Mobile customers is believed to have been stolen by a hacking group. The stolen databases consists of details such as birth dates, driver’s license numbers,social security numbers IMSI, IMEI, phone numbers, customer names, security PINs available for sale for 6 bitcoin.
Additionally the below images shows that the threat actors shared a screenshot of an SSH connection to one of its production server with Oracle server application.
Cybersecurity intelligence firm Cyble says that the threat actos might have stolen databases amounting to 106GB of data which includes its (CRM) database.
The major objective of hacking T-Mobile seems to be a revenge on US on kidnapping and torturing one of its ISIS agent(John Erin) by CIA .
“We did it to harm US infrastructure.”
“We are aware of claims made in an underground forum and have been actively investigating their validity. We do not have any additional information to share at this time,” said to the third party site “Bleeping Computers”
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