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West Chester, PA
So how was this not a hack if cust recs were made public? So making 346,000 FIOS customer records public was not a hack?
If VZ servers (or their agents) weren't hacked, why does VZ acknowledge that affected customers and law enforcement were notified?
The hackers claims are indeed exaggerated. He claims that what was posted was 10% of what he hacked. FIOS does not have 3.4 million customers in PA and DE, so that claim is bogus. He also claims the file contains passwords, which it does not.
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San Jose, CA
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said by More Fiber:Making the records public is not a "hack", it is just publication of the records. Obtaining the records from, Verizon servers is a hack, but that was done well before one @TibitXimer claimed to have hacked Verizon. Nearly as I can tell, this @TibitXimer was trying to claim credit for somebody else's hack.
So making 346,000 FIOS customer records public was not a hack?
claims the file contains passwords, which it does not.
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