Thread regarding T-Mobile layoffs

The Hack Heard Around The World

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.theverge.com/platform/amp/2021/12/28/22857619/t-mobile-cyberattack-data-breach-december-2021-cpni-sim-swap

4th time in 2 years, 2nd time in this year and 2 security firms were hired to roll up to the top.

And we're worried about telling half the company to get a Jab....

See you in 2022...

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I can totally see why they got hacked again.

My in-laws received a bill from them even though they ported out to another carrier months ago. Went to a retail store for help and the person told them they need to have a T-Mobile line so they can send them a code to get into their account. Well...since they no longer have T-Mobile, they called me to see if they can send the code to my line.....keep in mind that my line was on a totally different account under a different name. I even talked to the id--t rep in the store and he asked if they can send the code to my line. Now why would they even suggest sending a code to someone else's line?? I flat out told the guy NO as I also ported my line to another carrier due to security concerns.

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Post ID: @9dlm+1exa0FFD

Well, it's Sievert's fault this time. He re-org'd security away from Neville and brought in a lawyer to run the security team.

I'm enjoying watching the New Sprint fail.

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