Italy’s Ho-Mobile database with 2.5m accounts allegedly stolen, sold

Sudais Asif reports:

What sounds like a nightmare for a company? Waking up to the news that the data of their customers is being sold online. That’s exactly what has happened to Ho-Mobile, an Italian phone service provider owned by Vodafone Italy.

Apparently, the personal data of over 2.5 million Ho-Mobile’s customers is being sold on a dark web hacker forum. The data includes personally identifiable information such as date of births, phone numbers, fiscal codes physical addresses, and email addresses.

Read more on HackRead. Ho-Mobile has responded that they have no evidence of any attack or breach, but are investigating.

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