Koodo Mobile’s Data Breach Notification: Customer Accounts and Data Sold on Dark Web

Security Magazine reports:

Koodo Mobile, a Canadian mobile flanker brand started by Telus in 2008, has announced customer data has been breached and is now being sold on various Dark Web websites.

Koodo is mostly oriented toward younger customers and differs from its parent Telus by not requiring a fixed term contract. Koodo currently provides postpaid, prepaid, and wireless home phone services.

According to a data breach notification email from Koodo Mobile that was seen by BleepingComputer, their systems were hacked on February 13th, 2020, and an unauthorized person stole customer data from August and September 2017 that contains mobile account numbers and telephone numbers.

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