Tmobile Security Breach and how to lose your crypto.


Good Morning. The weather looks to be a bit cloudy with patches of hacking and uncertainty. Check your phone today and if it says Tmobile, you may want to think security and data breaches.

I know this is not funny, but many people use their phone to trade crypto. Many use their phone for 2fa. Many don't have a clue what I'm talking about, but they still keep using their phone for banking and credit card activities.

If your phone is breached, all your stolen data and passwords can be used on your home and business Computer.


If this sounds like you, Please call TMobil and have them freeze sim swaps. Change your SIM pin too. The t-mobile pin default is 1234, and just for fun, the Verizon Sim default pin is 1111. After that is taken care of, you may want to change your passwords. You know, like the ones you've been meaning to change for the last year.


Now is a good time to do that house cleaning and password changing. It will take some time, and you need to use different passwords for each program that may touch your finances. But think of the money you'll save by not having to rebuild your 401K or tell your wife/partner that the vacation will be postponed this year and the next, and the next while you find another job to start planning your retirement .


Oh, did I mention this little thing too. Set up the highest level of security you can on your Gmail account. If you don't have Gmail, get it, and best of all get one just for your crypto. Don't mix your fun with your money. If your email account is breached, you will see all your apps attacked and worse. Find out about the Tmobile data breach here.


Also get the app from Google called "Google Auth".

The Google Auth app uses 2FA security and is great to keep your stuff Your Stuff. It can be used when you have no phone service and is tethered to your phone, and not your phone #. A common hack on phones is to do a SIMM Swap and a hacker can steal your phone #. Think about all the texts you get when you do your banking.


There, now don't you feel better. You can sleep better knowing you have put up walls and barricades to keep the uninvited from taking your stuff. Here you can find more stuff on how to keep your stuff.

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