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The CEO of a crypto firm that recently settled with the SEC over its 2017 ICO is suing T-Mobile over a series of SIM-swaps that resulted in the loss of $8.7 million worth of crypto.
The CEO of a crypto firm that recently settled with the SEC over its 2017 ICO is suing T-Mobile over a series of SIM-swaps that resulted in the loss of $8.7 million worth of crypto.
According to filings published on July 22, Middleton was first targeted by SIM-swappers during July 2017.
According to filings published on July 22, Middleton was first targeted by SIM-swappers during July 2017.
Very bad for technology industry
Very bad for technology industry
According to filings published on July 22, Middleton was first targeted by SIM-swappers during July 2017. Despite immediately reporting the incident to T-Mobile, Middleton claims to have been the victim of four successful SIM-swaps over the rest of 2017, and further attacks during 2018 and 2019.
According to filings published on July 22, Middleton was first targeted by SIM-swappers during July 2017. Despite immediately reporting the incident to T-Mobile, Middleton claims to have been the victim of four successful SIM-swaps over the rest of 2017, and further attacks during 2018 and 2019.
Sim swaping means your simcard got cloned by others to steal your banks and other personal information.
Sim swaping means your simcard got cloned by others to steal your banks and other personal information.
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