T-Mobile Might’ve Just Admitted Something That Will Get Them In Trouble

Given that password theft from major tech companies like Yahoo has become routine, most large firms now store their users’ passwords in an encrypted format. And if a company’s users reuse their passwords on other websites, the breach can put a customer’s entire online identity at risk. That’s why T-Mobile’s apparent admission this week that it stores at least parts of customers’ passwords in plaintext is potentially a colossal fuckup.

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