Threat actors claim to have a database containing private information on roughly 70 million AT&T customers, but the company denies any security breach.
ShinyHunters group claims to have a database containing private information on roughly 70 million AT&T customers, but the company denies that they have been stolen from its systems.
Now the group is asking $1 million for the entire database, or $200,000 for access, according to the RestorePrivacy website that examined a sample that appears authentic.
“While we cannot yet confirm the data is from AT&T customers, everything we examined appears to be valid.” reads the RestorePrivacy website. “Here is the data that is available in this leak:
- Phone number
- Physical address
- Email address
- Social security number
- Date of birth”
Below is a screenshot shared by the website:
The threat actors claim that data belong to AT&T customers in the United States, the group told RestorePrivacy that they are available to support AT&T to secure its systems for a reward.
AT&T denied any data breach, below is the statement from the telecomunication giant:
“Based on our investigation Thursday, the information that appeared in an internet chat room does not appear to have come from our systems,”
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Shinyhunters)