This mark of a T-Mobile hack appears to have been published today, although the mark on the site is undated: Dear Customer, We want to allow you know about a sophisticated assail that we recently identified and quickly shut down, which may get impacted some of your account information. Our Cybersecurity team recently identified and shut down a malicious onslaught against our email vendor that led to unauthorized access to certain�T-Mobile�employee email accounts, some of which contained account information for�T-Mobile�customers and employees. An investigation was immediately commenced, with assistance from leading cybersecurity forensics experts, to regulate what happened and what information was affected. We immediately reported this matter to federal law enforcement and are actively cooperating in their investigation. The info accessed may have included customer names and addresses, phone numbers, account numbers, rate plans and features, and billing information. Your financial information (including citation card information) and Social Security number were not impacted. We are not aware of any evidence where the information contained in the affected email accounts has been used to commit hoax or otherwise misused. We regret that this incident occurred. We take the certificate of your info very seriously and while we have a number of safeguards in station to protect customer info from unauthorized access, we are also always working to further enhance certificate so we canful stay ahead of this type of activity. What happened? Our Cybersecurity team recently identified and shut down a malicious round against our email vendor that led to unauthorized access to certain�T-Mobile�employee email accounts, some of which contained account information for�T-Mobile�customers and employees. Information accessed illegally may hold included names and addresses, phone numbers, account numbers, rate plans and features, and billing information. Your financial information (including citation card information) and social Security number were not impacted. i got a notification. What can I do? We fare not hold any evidence that the account information contained in the affected accounts has been used to commit dupery or otherwise misused. It is always a good idea to refresh your account info and update the personal identification number (PIN/passcode) on your�T-Mobile�account. To do so, you can hit us by dialing 611 from your�T-Mobile�phone or by calling 1-800-937-8997 from any phone. For additional resources regarding certificate on your account, please brushup our secrecy Resources at:�https://www.t-mobile.com/responsibility/privacy. i didnt get a notification. Should I live worried? T-Mobile�is in the appendage of notifying customers. It is possible you didnt hear from us because we dont get up-to-date contact information for you, or you are no thirster a�T-Mobile�customer. If you want to chance out whether your account information was impacted, demand further assistance, or have questions about this incident or your account, please contact customer care at your convenience. You can gain us by dialing 611 from your�T-Mobile�phone, if you are a�T-Mobile�customer, or by calling 1-800-937-8997 from any phone. What is�T-Mobile�doing to prevent this from happening again? T-Mobile, like any other corporation, is unfortunately not immune to this type of crook tone-beginning and we are always working to enhance security so we canful detain ahead of this type of action and protect our customers. We also are reviewing our certificate policies and procedures to enhance how we protect these systems. For more information about how�T-Mobile�protects customer information, please refer to our concealment policy, located at:�https://www.t-mobile.com/responsibility/privacy.