Severe T-Mobile Data Breach

From the looks of it, T-Mobile has been hacked and the goods stolen.

They also seem to love running HP-UX.

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  • http://networksecurity.typepad.com/ Juha-Matti Laurio

    Let’s check the headers of full-disclosure source message:

    ‘Received: from pc ([68.99.55.98]) by Safe-mail.net with https’

    pointing to Cox Communications broadband address
    http://whois.domaintools.com/68.99.55.98

  • bRad

    how do you see the headers?

  • bradical

    From Safe-mail.net’s terms:

    As a result, we include the originating IP for free users. Premium users retains their IP private.

    So, at least we know they didn’t steal someones e-mail account, just their IP address. If I had to guess I’d say that cox cable customer’s computer has a bad case of the malware and is now a spam zombie. Although it is totally possible that the person who sent the e-mail is a complete r tard.

  • Juha-Matti Laurio
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    how do you see the headers?

    —good question!