Sunday, 20 September 2015

AT & T Sues Ex-Employees Due To Malware

The American telecom giant AT & T has three former employees sued for installing malware on the company's systems that codes for unlocked making phones were obtained. The company codes must then answer for the judge used.

The founder of the company AT & T employees would then tens of thousands of dollars paid for installing the malware and obtain fraudulent unlock codes, according to AT & T. Through the malware were unlocked the codes for making hundreds of thousands of phones have been obtained. For this, the malware received orders from an unauthorized server and used valid data from AT & T staff. One of the three employees were dismissed by AT & T, while the other two left on its own. The telecom giant now wants compensation from the accused parties, reports GeekWire.

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