France’s Orange says telecom’s client data stolen – again

In February, I noted a breach involving 800,000 Orange customers that occurred in January.

Now Reuters reports:

 French telecoms group Orange said around 1.3 million subscribers or potential subscribers fell victim to a theft of personal data, including telephone numbers, dates of birth and email addresses, last month.


In mid-April, hackers accessed a software platform that Orange used to send promotional emails and text messages to people who had agreed to receive them.

Read more on Reuters.

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