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The Krebs on Security news feed typically updates with just one or two stories per day. Some days have no updates. This feed is often mixed with Darknet and Dark Reading.

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Mobile Giants: Please Don’t Share the Where

Published on 22nd May, 2018, 5:05 PM

Your mobile phone is giving away your approximate location all day long. This isn't exactly a secret: It has to share this data with your mobile provider constantly to provide better call quality and to route any emergency 911 calls straight to your location. But now, the major mobile providers in the United States -- AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon -- are selling this location information to third party companies -- in real time -- without your consent or a court order, and with apparently zero accountability for how this data will be used, stored, shared or protected. It may be tough to put a price on one's location privacy, but here's something of which you can be sure: The mobile carriers are selling data about where you are at any time, without your consent, to third-parties for probably far less than you might be willing to pay to secure it.

Mobile Giants: Please Don’t Share the Where

Published on 22nd May, 2018, 5:05 PM

Your mobile phone is giving away your approximate location all day long. This isn't exactly a secret: It has to share this data with your mobile provider constantly to provide better call quality and to route any emergency 911 calls straight to your location. But now, the major mobile providers in the United States -- AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon -- are selling this location information to third party companies -- in real time -- without your consent or a court order, and with apparently zero accountability for how this data will be used, stored, shared or protected. It may be tough to put a price on one's location privacy, but here's something of which you can be sure: The mobile carriers are selling data about where you are at any time, without your consent, to third-parties for probably far less than you might be willing to pay to secure it.

T-Mobile Employee Made Unauthorized ‘SIM Swap’ to Steal Instagram Account

Published on 18th May, 2018, 7:35 PM

T-Mobile is investigating a retail store employee who allegedly made unauthorized changes to a subscriber's account in an elaborate scheme to steal the customer's three-letter Instagram username. The modifications, which could have let the rogue employee empty bank accounts associated with the targeted T-Mobile subscriber, were made even though the victim customer already had taken steps recommended by the mobile carrier to help minimize the risks of account takeover. Here's what happened, and some tips on how you can protect yourself from a similar fate.

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