ShinyHunters claiming that they have the database of AT&T including sensitive information of more than 70 million customers. With a post they shared, threat actors demand 200k$ for this database. They shared this post a few days after a threat actor sold information about T-Mobile customers. T-Mobile has confirmed the data breach, however a relationship between these two events has not yet been determined.
According to the example records that ShinyHunters shared, database is including these information of the customers;
- Name and surname
- Postal code
- e-mail addresses
- Social security numbers
AT&T claimed that the aforementioned information is not related with their systems and refused the breach.
Both AT&T and T-Mobile, have been marred by several security incidents in the recent past.