Verizon’s Visible cell customers hacked, leading to unauthorized purchases

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Verizon’s Visible cell customers hacked, leading to unauthorized purchases

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Verizon’s Visible cell customers hacked, leading to unauthorized purchases

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Numerous Visible Wireless subscribers are reporting that their accounts were hacked this week. Visible runs on Verizon’s 5G and 4G LTE networks and is owned by Verizon.

Suspicions of a data breach at Visible started Monday when some customers saw unauthorized purchases on their accounts:

On the Visible subreddit, users reported seeing unauthorized orders placed from their accounts:

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Company suspects credential stuffing, but questions remain.

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