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Hacker Leaks 300,000 Verizon Customer Records and Claims to Have Millions More Print E-mail
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Source: Gizmodo - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Intrusion Detection Sometimes it seems like no one's keeping your data safe; this is one of those times. A hacker just leaked 300,000 Verizon customer records, and that's only a sample of the 3 million he claims to have gotten in his little raid. The hacker, who goes by TibitXimer, told ZDNet about his exploits this evening, despite claiming to have actually executed the attack way back on July 12. TibitXimer says he'd warned Verizon of the exploit he used, but they didn't take any action, so he did and snagged around 3 percent of Verizon's nation-wide customer data.

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