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Members of TeaMp0isoN recently published login information for T-Mobile staff and administrators.
"The hackers found SQL injection vulnerabilities on t-mobile.com and newsroom.t-mobile.com and managed to get a hold of the names, email addresses, phone numbers and passwords of the administrators and staff members," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.
"'Look at the passwords, epic fail. All the passwords are manually given to staff via an admin who uses the same set of passwords,' the hackers said after analyzing the data," Kovacs writes.
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