Experian has confirmed that approximately 15 million customers, including T-Mobile users “who had applied for Experian credit checks, may have had their private information exposed,” The Guardian reports. “The unauthorized access was in an isolated incident over a limited period of time. It included access to a server that contained personal information for consumers who applied for T-Mobile USA postpaid services between Sept. 1, 2013 and Sept. 16, 2015,” Experian’s website states. Experian and T-Mobile are working to notify customers. “Information from the hack includes names, addresses and social security, driver’s license and passport numbers,” the report states, noting Connecticut’s Office of the Attorney General plans to investigate the breach.
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