9 to 5 Mac is reporting (link below) that, once again, T-Mobile has had a security breach. In this one, customers are saying they are seeing the personal data of other users when logged into their accounts.
The data includes information like credit card details, home address, purchase history, and current credit balance.
Customers have been describing the security problem on X and Reddit.
There’s some weirdness happening over at T-Mobile this morning. Multiple T-Mobile customers on X (formerly Twitter) and Reddit have reported that they’re able to see other users’ account data — including their current credit balance, purchase history, credit card information, and home address — when signing into their own T-Mobile accounts.
Some T-Mobile customers have mentioned seeing information from several other accounts.
T-Mobile’s response so far:
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