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T-Mobile has confirmed that files posted on a full disclosure mailing list are genuine - but the company fails to explain whether or not cybercriminals really got full access to its systems, IDG reports. Hackers published system config files from T-Mobile's US network on Saturday along with claims they had compromised the …

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Anonymous Coward

Does anyone

know of any way to be sure that your data isn't included in this?

I've been putting off cancelling t-mobile purely because of the hassle involved, this seems a good a reason as any to do it.

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First I've heard of this.

I find it amazing that this is the first I've heard of this, and I'm a T-Mobile customer. I wonder if this was the stolen database that required my credit card to be replaced.

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Anonymous Coward

@AC 12:25

Door. Horse. Bolted.

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Happy

a way out!

finally a way out out of their stinking contracts!

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Unhappy

I don´t like T-Mobile.....

But to be fair, the List that they have can probably found on dozens of admins laptops.

You just need a disgruntled admin who copied the list onto his home PC.

to give just a plain server list, is probably just as god, as if I were to say, I have broken into Fort Knox, here is a picture of the reception area.....

People really are gullible these days....

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