AT&T Data Leak Exposes 73 Million Customers’ Personal Info

AT&T Data Leak Exposes 73 Million Customers’ Personal Info

Elena Martinez
1 min read

AT&T disclosed a data breach, exposing personal information, including Social Security numbers, of about 73 million customers on the dark web. The leaked data, believed to be from 2019 or earlier, affected current and former account holders. Despite this, there is no evidence of unauthorized access to AT&T's systems. The company has reset passwords and plans to communicate with impacted customers, offering credit where applicable. This incident follows a widespread outage that affected over 70,000 AT&T customers last month. Additionally, other communication companies, such as Verizon and T-Mobile, have also experienced data breaches in the past year.

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