T-Mobile customer data stolen from Experian may already be for sale on the dark web

The consequences of 15m customer records for sale could be far larger than just financial theft – watch out for your health data.
By Madhumita Murgia

It’s easy to dismiss the recent theft of 15m T-Mobile customers’ personal data from credit checking organisation Experian’s servers, and turn away. After all, large scale data theft is becoming almost commonplace now. Just recently, the US government’s personnel office was hacked, leaking the highly personal information of 22m government employees.
But records stolen from the servers of credit bureau Experian are already showing up for sale on the dark web, alleges Irish security startup Trustev.
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Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/

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