Verizon’s Visible Network has confirmed that some accounts were accessed without authorization. Visible is cellular service owned and operated by Verizon which “markets itself as a cheaper ‘all digital’ network, which means there are no physical stores like you would with a traditional carrier,” notes The Verge. From the report: As of Monday, customers on Twitter and Reddit reported en masse that they had received emails from the company regarding password and address changes, and that they had had difficulties by contacting company chat support. Visible’s customer service account on Twitter apparently didn’t resolve the issue, by the way. direct unhappy customers to their MDs. A user marked as employee visible on the subreddit issued a statement on Monday afternoon, claiming that a “small number” of accounts were affected, but that the company did not believe its systems had been breached. The statement recommended that users change their passwords, but as many reviewers have pointed out (and as I can confirm), the password reset system is currently not working. In a follow-up article, The Verge reports that Visible has reports of confirmed clients of attackers accessing and modifying user accounts. The company said the breaches were committed using usernames and passwords from “external sources”, adding that it has worked to “alleviate the problem” since it began. had read it. They recommend that you reset your password if it is a password that you have used for other services.
Some of Verizon’s visible cellular network customers say they’ve been hacked
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