Hackers broke into Sprint accounts through Samsung’s website
We’ve asked Sprint for more info, including when it believes the breach took place, the number of affected users and whether or not there’s evidence the account data was changed or used. The access through Samsung’s portal suggests the scale was limited (it’s not the same as attacking Sprint directly). Regardless, it’s really not what the network likely wanted to report — especially not with its T-Mobile merger already hanging in the balance.
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