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April 25, 2022, 10:25 a.m. | Eduard Kovacs

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T-Mobile has admitted that its systems were breached recently, but the telecoms giant claimed the hackers did not steal anything of value.

T-Mobile is another high-profile victim of the hacker group named Lapsus$. The gang has targeted several major companies, in many cases leaking large amounts of source code and other data stolen from their systems.

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